Github Notification

How is it useful:

  • Easily fetch notifications from Github
  • Get the information to the flow, chat, email, or any service you use
  • Automate processes

You don’t need to check Github for new issues. You will be informed about them in Tekos chat. You can also send the notification about the issues to other platforms like Slack, Telegram, Whatsapp, and Messenger.

Github preparation:

All you need to do is to create a webhook to the flow.

You can install webhooks on an organization or on a specific repository.
To set up a webhook, go to the settings page of your repository or organization. From there, click Webhooks, then Add webhook.

In the payload URL insert https://{{server_instance}}
Choose “Let me select individual events.” check Issues and uncheck Pushes.

github webhook

How to start with the flow:

Download our JSON file and import it into your project. (TUTORIAL)

Set your credentials in the first step, you can skip this part if you have done it already (tutorial)

Under the *Set name & avatar node insert preferred data or leave the default name.
You can also change the messages bellow step 3.

This flow stores app credentials in flow context data. You can have one app for each flow tab, but multiple webhooks for one app.


Nicely done:

Once everything is set all you need is to deploy the changes and click on the inject node next to second step. Now you can wait for some tickets that will trigger the webhook.

Tekos webhook

App required
Tekos Github Notification.json


Useful for: Busy people, all team member, Doers, project managers, Anyone with files to share

Tekos Skill level: Beginner

Prep: Under 5 mins

Result: Notifications


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