Github Time Tracking Integration
Track time on issues and merge requests right from Github with just one click. Later, run time reports in Clockify, the only 100% free time tracking app.
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How to track time in Github
Create Clockify account
Install our browser extension for time tracking
Start timer inside Github
Clockify timer button will automatically appear in all Github issues and merge requests.
(Note: If you have a self-hosted version of Github, you'll need to open "URL Permissions" in the extension, scroll down to the bottom, select Github and type your custom domain.)
Timer starts ticking
Clockify will pick up Github's issue name and the timer will start ticking. You can stop the timer from anywhere (browser, mobile, or desktop).
Run time reports and manage projects
In the web version, you can edit past entries, analyze time, manage projects, invite people, review timesheets, and export reports.
Clockify time tracking features
Time tracking is so easy that you can do it with one click.
Clockify is the only 100% free time tracker for teams.
You can invite as many team members as you want for free.
See how much time you've spent on projects at a glance.
Advanced time reporting
Analyze how much time you and your team spend working weekly.
Export all time data into Excel, PDF, or CSV.
Push and pull time tracking data to and from Clockify.
Set project estimates and track project progress.
Clockify calculates your billable hours automatically.
Integrates with 50+ apps
Track time from inside other productivity apps (besides Github).
Works across devices
Clockify is available for web, mobile, and desktop.
Alerts and reminders
Get notifications when you've tracked too many hours.
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