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Sync Github data to Sourcetable


GitHub is a platform where developers can share code and collaborate on open source and private projects. It also serves as a social network where developers can discuss, share and pitch their work. The platform can be used to track important software development metrics including User Stories, API Performance, Daily Defect Rates and QA (quality assurance) automation.

Sync Github data to Sourcetable

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Find out how to make the most of your Github data with Sourcetable

Sourcetable Benefits

Query cross-channel data quickly & easily

Developers, project managers and designers can use GitHub to communicate and collaborate more efficiently with other teams on private and open source projects. Syncing GitHub data to Sourcetable allows users to combine findings from these projects with inputs from other key platforms and databases, turning GitHub into the command center of all their work without the need for additional code, easily and at a glance.


Use Sourcetable to compile key findings from GitHub and other platforms quickly and intuitively, automate processes in one easy-to-use spreadsheet, and free up time to focus on other important aspects of your business.


Compile important inputs and data from GitHub and multiple other databases and platforms in Sourcetable, without the need for additional coding - making it accessible to everyone on your team, all in one place.


Sourcetable comes with a full suite of visualization tools for all your reporting needs - including visually striking charts, graphs, conditional formatting, pivot tables and more. Share with your team and highlight the KPIs that matter most.

How to get the most of Github with Sourcetable

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Smart Templates

Use out of the box tried and tested templates in order to cross-reference GitHub findings and data, and improve collaboration across your entire organisation

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Quick Analysis

Analyse your GitHub data quickly and easily in intuitive cross-channel reports

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Ease Of use

Compile all your GitHub data into a single spreadsheet, identifying key insights behind the numbers in order to confidently assess and improve your collaborations and projects.

Who uses Github data in Sourcetable

🎨 Designers

👨‍💻 Developers

🚀 Founders

👩🏼‍💼 Product Managers

Here's a sample of Github data that will be available in your Sourcetable spreadsheets:

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A card contains user, column, issue, notem archived, is deleted and timestamps for created and updated at

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Contains project, name, is deleted and timestamps for created and updated at

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Contains repository, author mail, commiter mail, author name and date, committer name and date and message

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Contains commit sha, filename, additions, changes, deletions, and status

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Contains associations of commit sha and parent sha

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Contains milestone, repository, user, body, closed at, created at, locked, number, satte, title, and updated at

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Contains associations of issue id and user id

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Contains associations of issue id, user id, assignee id, and assigned

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Contains associations of issue id, user id,commit sha, and closed

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Contains issue id, user id, body, and timestamps for created and updated at

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Contains associations of issue id and label

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Contains the associations of issue id, user, label, labeled and updated at

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Contains issue id, user, locked and updated at

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Contains associations of issue id, user id and updated at

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Contains commit sha, issue id, actor id and merged at

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Contains associations of issue id, actor id, milestone id, updated at and milestoned

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Contains issue id, project id, updated at, actor id, card id, removed, column name and previous column name

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Contains associations of issue id, actor id, commit sha and referenced at

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Contains issue id, updated at, actor id, from name and to name

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Contains creator id, repository id, closed at, creted at description, due on, number, state, title, is deleted and updated at

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Contains repository, creator id, body, number, state, name, created at, updated at and is deleted

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Contains base sha, base repo id, base user id, head sha, head repo id, head user id, issue id, merge commit sha, base label, base ref, draft, head label and head ref

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Contains pull request id, user id, commit sha, body, state, submitted at

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Contains review id, actor id, dismissal commit sha, created at, dismissal message, and state

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Contains associations of repository, team and permission

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Contains archived, owner id, created at, default branch, description, fork, full name, homepage, language, name and private

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Contains pull request, created at, requested at, actor id, and revoved

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A team contains user, it's parent team, name, slug, description and privacy fields

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Contains associations of team and user

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Contains user information like bio, blog, company, hireable, login, name, type, site admin, location

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Contains email, user id and name

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Sample companies

Online businesses integrating GitHub with Sourcetable have access to all relevant data on collaborations, issues and ongoing projects.

  • Retail online stores

  • B2B Platforms

  • Software as a Service

    (SaaS) companies
  • B2C Marketplaces

What makes Sourcetable special?

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Connect, sync and query your GitHub project data together with findings from 30+ other sources

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Create views and workflow templates to drive decisions based on data from GitHub and other platforms, and share among team members, with no additional coding required

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Automate your GitHub data so you can free up time to focus on ongoing collaborations and business ventures

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sync my Github data to Sourcetable?
Sourcetable is currently in Closed Beta. Sign up to the Beta here to tell us a little about yourself and request information on how to sync your Github data.
How easy is it to visualize my Github data using Sourcetable?
Sourcetable spreadsheets are designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so anyone can view key data from GitHub - and other collaborative platforms such as Jira and Asana - at a glance without code.
Can I use Sourcetable to query data from multiple project management platforms?
Sourcetable enables users to combine collaborative data from multiple platforms, so developers can better understand the relationships among available data, gaining new insights and identifying new opportunities.