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Get Started guide for Confluence administrators

Get started guide of GitHub links for Confluence app for Confluence administrators.

Use cases of GitHub and Confluence integration

Use Cases

How-to guides

How-To Guides

Connect GitHub links for Confluence with your organization

To Connect GitHub links for Confluence with the organization, navigate to the Global Configuration page.

  1. Select Manage Apps from the section Apps on the Confluence navigation menu.

  2. On the left sidebar, find our app Github linker Configuration.

  3. Click on the Connect button. You are redirected to the authorization page.

  4. Submit authorization with your GitHub account.

Make sure that when you authorize our GitHub OAuth App to access your data you select the organization you want to use the App with.

Disconnect GitHub links for Confluence with your organization

If you need to reconnect or disconnect the GitHub links for Confluence App with your organization, please:

  1. Unplug the App by clicking on the button Disconnect.

  2. Remove access to our app on the GitHub side (visit organisation settings).

Check Permissions

To avoid issues with the connection to the required organization, you have to check permissions on the GitHub platform side:

  1. You can do this by going to User profile → Settings.

  2. Navigate to the Integrations section and click on Applications.

  3. On the tab Authorized OAuth Apps, select our application Links for Atlassian Confluence.

  4. Ensure there is a green tick (V) in front of your organization. See the picture below.

  5. To grant permissions click on the Grant button.

If you forgot to grant permissions to required organization or you don’t have permissions to allow it, you need to request the access from your org owner.

Demo Video

Here is a short (25-second) demo video on where to make sure that GitHub links GitHub App is authorized to access your organization's data.

Please watch the video below and pay attention that the org access is given, not only personal.

Usage with private repositories

To use the private repositories, you need to allow our GitHub App to access your private repositories. We do not clone or access source code. We use GitHub APIs to get additional information from the links inserted in Confluence.

If you want to use this App only with public repositories - you do NOT need any additional configuration. It works out of the box.

When you allow GitHub App to access your data, please make sure that you grant permissions to your organization as well, not only your personal repositories.

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