Stay organized with WebWork Time Tracker
- Accurately track time on GitHub issues
- See the time of your team in one place
- Manage apps and websites used at work time
- Customize and export detailed reports
- Easily generate and manage client invoices
What you can import from GitHub
- 1 Repositories
- 2 Issues
Connect your GitHub workspace to WebWork time tracking software in several simple steps
Note: In order, you can enable the integration you’ll need to be the owner for the team you want to activate the integration.
To start the integration login to your WebWork web account, select the team you want to activate GitHub integration. Then click on the arrow placed near to your avatar and choose “Integrations” from the dropdown menu.
Find GitHub on the list of available integrations. Click on it to open integration settings. Then you will need to click on the “Connect ” button which will appear after settings section opening.
If you’re not logged into GitHub, you’ll be redirected to login page and asked for a
confirmation to enable the integration.
If you have several workspaces in GitHub you can select which one you want to synchronize with WebWork.
Again open GitHub integration settings. Now you can import your repositories, issues from GitHub account. Select the data you need to import and click on the “Save” button. And then you will need to click on the “Import” button.
If you enable autoimport, the information that WebWork imports from GitHub will be updated automatically.
If you don’t select projects but select tasks. WebWork will create a new project named GitHub and put there all your GitHub task.
Note that you need to create contracts for that project and be assigned to that task in order you can start tracking.
If you need to make changes, you should go the Integration page, change what you need on the GitHub settings section, save it and click on the “Import” button.