The important part is hitting that milestone—leave the scheduling to bots. Once this GitHub-Google Calendar integration is up and running, any new milestone you create on GitHub will automatically trigger this Zap, sending the contents to Google Calendar so your title, description, and due date can automatically be parsed into a new event to help you track your development.
How It Works
- A new milestone is added to a GitHub repo
- Zapier automatically creates a Google Calendar through its Quick Event function
What You Need
- GitHub account
- Google Calendar account
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Create Google Calendar events from new GitHub commits
Whether you're planning meetings around the latest work or trying to visualize your development schedule, this Zap can bring your progress into your calendar. Once active, it will trigger with each new commit on GitHub, automatically creating a new Google Calendar event, set by default to the time of the commit.
How this GitHub-Google Calendar integration works
- A new commit is made on GitHub
- Zapier creates a new detailed event on Google Calendar
- Google Calendar
It's easy to connect GitHub + Google Calendar and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.
Triggered when a new issue is created.
Creates a new gist.
Triggers when your Github username is mentioned in a Commit, Comment, Issue or Pull Request.
Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).
Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.
Update an existing issue.
Triggers when an event is created.
Create an event by defining each field.
Triggers when an event is created that matches a search.
Create an event from a piece of text. Google parses the text for date, time, and description info.