Connect GitHub and Pumble

The GitHub integration allows you and your team to link their development activity to Pumble channels.

Receive updates from GitHub

Stay up to date with activities happening in GitHub like new commits, issues, status updates, or code reviews.

The look of GitHub request in Pumble

See more details

Give your team more information when you share links to GitHub activities like pull requests, comments, code snippets.

See more details in Pumble about request in GitHub

Turn conversation into next steps

Close and reopen existing issues and pull requests in GitHub right from Pumble channels with /github command.

Plan your GitHub release in Pumble

How to Connect GitHub and Pumble?


Create Pumble account

To start communication with your team, the first thing you need to do is create an account.

Create Pumble account

Install GitHub from the Apps section

On the Pumble’s sidebar go to the Apps section and choose GitHub from the list.

Image of the Apps setion in Pumble where you can find GitHub

Authorize the app

For using the GitHub integration, you need to authorize the app in Pumble.

Authorize GitHub in Pumble

Get the link for installation

Send a command for subscription and get the link for the installation Pumble on GitHub.

Get the link for the installation Pumble on GitHub

Start using GitHub integration

Now, you’re ready to use integration and to get all important information from GitHub in one Pumble channel.

Use GitHub integration in Pumble

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Pumble integration?

Pumble integrations connect tools like Google Calendar, Email and Zapier to Pumble, to help supercharge your workflow. Integrations are built using Pumble API.

Can I create my own integrations?

Yes you can. The Pumble API is publicly available for anyone to explore. You can view our documentation and get started. You can create internal integrations for private use, or build public integrations that are available to Pumble users.

Do integrations cost money to use?

While Pumble does not charge a fee to use integrations, our partners may charge a fee for using their service.

Do I need to upgrade my plan to install integrations?

You can access the API and install integrations on any Pumble subscription.