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Add Google Sheets rows when there are new GitHub commits

  1. When this happensStep 1: New Commit

  2. Then do thisStep 2: Create Spreadsheet Row

It's easy to lose track of how much work happens during quick iteration. Keep a record of everything without distracting you from work by setting up this Zap. It will then monitor GitHub for any commits, sending new ones it finds from then on to Google Sheets and adding a new row with all the data you want to archive.

How this GitHub-Google Sheets integration works

  1. A new commit is made on GitHub
  2. Zapier adds a new row to Google Sheets

Apps involved

  • GitHub
  • Google Sheets
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It's easy to connect GitHub + Google Sheets and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

All Triggers & Actions

New Branch

Triggered when a new branch is created.

New Commit Comment

Triggered when a new comment on a commit is created.

New Repo Event

Triggered when anything happens on a repo.

New Global Event

Triggered when anything happens from or to you, on any repo.

New Label

Triggered when a new label is created.

New Collaborator

Triggered when you add a new collaborator.

New Commit

Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.

New Gist

Triggered when you add/star a gist (public or private).

New Issue

Triggered when a new issue is created.

New Mention

Triggers when your Github username is mentioned in a Commit, Comment, Issue or Pull Request.

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