Issues and pull request reviews assigned to you on GitHub directly in you task list.
Our GitHub integration allows you to sync issues, pull requests, and pull request reviews assigned to you or the team you're in. In integration settings in Lunatask desktop application, you can choose if only issues or pull requests shall be synced, or both, and to which task lists (area) they should go into as tasks.
No, you don't need to. Although, if you want to be notified of issues and pull requests in a private repository, the organization admin needs to approve the access first.
In the OAuth authorization window when authorizing the application, make sure to request this from organization admins by clicking "Request" button next to the organization name. The organization admins will be notified and as soon as they approve, the issues and pull requests assigned to you will start to appear in your tasks list.
Our GitHub Integration is designed around User Notifications API of Github only. This is specifically so Lunatask does not have access to any sensitive information in the repository, nor can it change or write anything.
No, we read only your user notifications. The same notifications you usually receive via email from GitHub.
No, this is currently not possible. Once you set up the integration, only newly assigned issues and pull request reviews will appear in your task list.
No, mainly for security reasons this is not currently possible. Only issues assigned to you or the team you're in will sync into Lunatask.
We will stop receiving the notifications, the issues and pull requests will no longer sync. This is handled automatically by GitHub.
First, visit integration settings in Lunatask desktop application and make sure the integration is marked as "active".
Second, only newly assigned issues, pull requests and pull request reviews will sync to your task list. If an issue, pull request or pull request review was assigned to you before the integration was set up, those do not sync to Lunatask.
Third, if the repository is a private repository and you're not an admin of the organization, make sure to request access for Lunatask to your organization during the authorization flow and wait for the organization admin to approve this request.
Fourth, go to your notifications settings in GitHub and make sure Web notifications are enabled.
Fifth, by default Lunatask checks for new issues, pull requests, and pull request reviews every 5 minutes. Alternatively, you can check manually by clicking Sync with Cloud menu item.