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    Connect Github with 44 apps

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    Google Sheets
    17 methods
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    Google Calendar
    37 methods
    Gmail
    43 methods
    Google Drive
    46 methods
    Trello
    254 methods
    edit
    Tasks API
    14 methods
    people
    People API
    15 methods
    Search Ads 360 API
    10 methods
    Search Console API
    9 methods
    Google Search Console URL Testing Tools API
    1 methods
    Google Slides API
    5 methods
    Cloud Speech-to-Text API
    4 methods
    Cloud Tasks API
    2 methods
    Google Cloud Translation API
    5 methods
    Cloud Vision API
    14 methods
    DoubleClick Bid Manager API
    9 methods
    Google Fit
    9 methods
    PageSpeed Insights API
    1 methods
    Ad Exchange Buyer API
    38 methods
    web
    AdSense Host API
    26 methods
    web
    AdSense Management API
    35 methods
    Analytics Reporting API
    2 methods
    Blogger API
    33 methods
    Cloud Natural Language API
    6 methods
    Google Docs API
    3 methods
    http
    HTTP GET Request
    1 methods
    VK
    451 methods
    Geocoding
    3 methods
    Envato
    40 methods
    Quora search lite
    1 methods
    ClickUp
    94 methods
    TimeChimp Api
    57 methods
    Scribeless API
    7 methods
    COVID Cases by Country
    3 methods
    Slack
    140 methods
    Clearoutphone
    2 methods
    Google Places
    4 methods
    Zoom
    298 methods
    ManyChat
    26 methods
    http
    HTTP POST Request
    1 methods
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    HTTP PUT Request
    1 methods
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    1 methods
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    HTTP DELETE Request
    1 methods
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    HTTP OPTIONS Request
    1 methods
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    • RepositoryInvitations
      RepositoryInvitations

      6 methods: ListInvitationsForARepository, ListAUsersRepositoryInvitations and 4 others

      GETPATCHDELETE
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    • Branches
      Protected branches are available in public repositories with GitHub Free, and in public and private repositories with GitHub Pro, GitHub Team, and GitHub Enterprise Cloud. For more information, see GitHub's products in the GitHub Help documentation. Adding admin enforcement requires admin or owner permissions to the repository and branch protection to be enabled.

      23 methods: ListBranches, GetBranch and 21 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • DeployKeys
      DeployKeys

      4 methods: ListDeployKeys, GetADeployKey and 2 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Assignees
      Adds up to 10 assignees to an issue. Users already assigned to an issue are not replaced.

      4 methods: ListAssignees, CheckAssignee and 2 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Emails
      This endpoint is accessible with the user scope.

      5 methods: ListEmailAddressesForAUser, ListPublicEmailAddressesForAUser and 3 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Labels
      Labels

      11 methods: GetLabelsForEveryIssueInAMilestone, ListAllLabelsForThisRepository and 9 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • Organizationinteractionrestrictions
      Temporarily restricts interactions to certain GitHub users in any public repository in the given organization. You must be an organization owner to set these restrictions.

      3 methods: GetInteractionRestrictionsForAnOrganization, AddOrUpdateInteractionRestrictionsForAnOrganization and 1 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Repositoryinteractionrestrictions
      Temporarily restricts interactions to certain GitHub users within the given repository. You must have owner or admin access to set restrictions.

      3 methods: GetInteractionRestrictionsForARepository, AddOrUpdateInteractionRestrictionsForARepository and 1 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Members
      Only authenticated organization owners can add a member to the organization or update the member's role.

      16 methods: MembersList, CheckMembership and 14 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • TeamMembers
      Adds an organization member to a team. An authenticated organization owner or team maintainer can add organization members to a team.

      5 methods: ListTeamMembers, GetTeamMembership and 3 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Teams
      Warning: The API may change without advance notice during the preview period. Preview features are not supported for production use. If you experience any issues, contact GitHub Support or GitHub Premium Support. Adds an organization project to a team. To add a project to a team or update the team's permission on a project, the authenticated user must have admin permissions for the project. The project and team must be part of the same organization.

      15 methods: ListTeams, GetTeamByName and 13 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • Installations
      Add a single repository to an installation. The authenticated user must have admin access to the repository.

      7 methods: ListRepositories, ListInstallationsForAUser and 5 others

      GETPOSTPUTDELETE
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    • Projectcollaborators
      Adds a collaborator to a an organization project and sets their permission level. You must be an organization owner or a project admin to add a collaborator.

      4 methods: ListCollaborators, ReviewAUsersPermissionLevel and 2 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • BlockAnotherUser
      BlockAnotherUser

      4 methods: CheckWhetherYouveBlockedAUser, ListBlockedUsers and 2 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • SourceImports
      Stop an import for a repository.

      8 methods: GetImportProgress, GetCommitAuthors and 6 others

      GETPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • Workflowruns
      Cancels a workflow run using its id. Anyone with write access to the repository can use this endpoint. GitHub Apps must have the actions permission to use this endpoint.

      6 methods: ListWorkflowRuns, ListRepositoryWorkflowRuns and 4 others

      GETPOST
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    • Gists
      Gists

      15 methods: ListPublicGistsForTheSpecifiedUser, ListTheAuthenticatedUsersGists and 13 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • GitHubMarketplace
      Shows whether the user or organization account actively subscribes to a plan listed by the authenticated GitHub App. When someone submits a plan change that won't be processed until the end of their billing cycle, you will also see the upcoming pending change.

      4 methods: ListAllPlansForYourMarketplaceListing, ListAllGitHubAccountsUserOrOrganizationOnASpecificPlan and 2 others

      GET
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    • Collaborators
      For organization-owned repositories, the list of collaborators includes outside collaborators, organization members that are direct collaborators, organization members with access through team memberships, organization members with access through default organization permissions, and organization owners. Team members will include the members of child teams.

      1 methods: CheckIfAUserIsACollaborator

      GET
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    • Followers
      Followers

      8 methods: ListAUsersFollowers, ListTheAuthenticatedUsersFollowers and 6 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Repositories
      Shows whether vulnerability alerts are enabled or disabled for a repository. The authenticated user must have admin access to the repository. For more information, see "About security alerts for vulnerable dependencies" in the GitHub Help documentation.

      22 methods: ListYourRepositories, ListUserRepositories and 20 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • Starring
      Requires for the user to be authenticated.

      6 methods: ListStargazers, ListRepositoriesBeingStarredByAUser and 4 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Watching
      Requires for the user to be authenticated.

      9 methods: ListWatchers, ListRepositoriesBeingWatchedByAUser and 7 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • BlockingOrganizationsUsers
      BlockingOrganizationsUsers

      1 methods: CheckWhetherAUserIsBlockedFromAnOrganization

      GET
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    • Traffic
      Get the total number of clones and breakdown per day or week for the last 14 days. Timestamps are aligned to UTC midnight of the beginning of the day or week. Week begins on Monday.

      4 methods: ListReferrers, ListPaths and 2 others

      GET
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    • Commits
      Both :base and :head must be branch names in :repo. To compare branches across other repositories in the same network as :repo, use the format :branch.

      5 methods: ListCommitsOnARepository, GetASingleCommit and 3 others

      GET
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    • OutsideCollaborators
      When an organization member is converted to an outside collaborator, they'll only have access to the repositories that their current team membership allows. The user will no longer be a member of the organization. For more information, see "Converting an organization member to an outside collaborator".

      3 methods: ListOutsideCollaborators, ConvertMemberToOutsideCollaborator and 1 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • GitBlobs
      GitBlobs

      2 methods: GetABlob, CreateABlob

      GETPOST
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    • CheckRuns
      Creates a new check run for a specific commit in a repository. Your GitHub App must have the checks:write permission to create check runs.

      6 methods: ListCheckRunsForASpecificRef, ListCheckRunsInACheckSuite and 4 others

      GETPOSTPATCH
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    • CheckSuites
      By default, check suites are automatically created when you create a check run. You only need to use this endpoint for manually creating check suites when you've disabled automatic creation using "Set preferences for check suites on a repository". Your GitHub App must have the checks:write permission to create check suites.

      5 methods: GetASingleCheckSuite, ListCheckSuitesForASpecificRef and 3 others

      GETPOSTPATCH
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    • TeamDiscussionComments
      Creates a new comment on a team discussion. OAuth access tokens require the write:discussion scope. This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      5 methods: ListComments, GetASingleComment and 3 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • GitCommits
      Creates a new Git commit object.

      2 methods: GetACommit, CreateACommit

      GETPOST
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    • ReposComments
      Create a comment for a commit using its :commit_sha. This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      6 methods: ListCommitCommentsForARepository, ListCommentsForASingleCommit and 4 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Deployments
      Deployments offer a few configurable parameters with sane defaults. The ref parameter can be any named branch, tag, or SHA. At GitHub we often deploy branches and verify them before we merge a pull request. The environment parameter allows deployments to be issued to different runtime environments. Teams often have multiple environments for verifying their applications, such as production, staging, and qa. This parameter makes it easier to track which environments have requested deployments. The default environment is production. The auto_merge parameter is used to ensure that the requested ref is not behind the repository's default branch. If the ref is behind the default branch for the repository, we will attempt to merge it for you. If the merge succeeds, the API will return a successful merge commit. If merge conflicts prevent the merge from succeeding, the API will return a failure response. By default, commit statuses for every submitted context must be in a success state. The required_contexts parameter allows you to specify a subset of contexts that must be success, or to specify contexts that have not yet been submitted. You are not required to use commit statuses to deploy. If you do not require any contexts or create any commit statuses, the deployment will always succeed. The payload parameter is available for any extra information that a deployment system might need. It is a JSON text field that will be passed on when a deployment event is dispatched. The task parameter is used by the deployment system to allow different execution paths. In the web world this might be deploy:migrations to run schema changes on the system. In the compiled world this could be a flag to compile an application with debugging enabled. Users with repo or repo_deployment scopes can create a deployment for a given ref

      6 methods: ListDeployments, GetASingleDeployment and 4 others

      GETPOST
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    • TeamDiscussions
      Creates a new discussion post on a team's page. OAuth access tokens require the write:discussion scope. This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      5 methods: ListDiscussions, GetASingleDiscussion and 3 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Forks
      Create a fork for the authenticated user.

      2 methods: ListForks, CreateAFork

      GETPOST
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    • GitHubApps
      Use this endpoint to complete the handshake necessary when implementing the GitHub App Manifest flow. When you create a GitHub App with the manifest flow, you receive a temporary code used to retrieve the GitHub App's id, pem (private key), and webhook_secret.

      10 methods: GetASingleGitHubApp, GetTheAuthenticatedGitHubApp and 8 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • GPGKeys
      Adds a GPG key to the authenticated user's GitHub account. Requires that you are authenticated via Basic Auth, or OAuth with at least write:gpg_key scope.

      5 methods: ListGPGKeysForAUser, ListYourGPGKeys and 3 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • ReposWebhooks
      Repositories can have multiple webhooks installed. Each webhook should have a unique config. Multiple webhooks can share the same config as long as those webhooks do not have any events that overlap.

      7 methods: ListHooks, GetSingleHook and 5 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Milestones
      Milestones

      5 methods: ListMilestonesForARepository, GetASingleMilestone and 3 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Issues
      Any user with pull access to a repository can create an issue. If issues are disabled in the repository, the API returns a 410 Gone status.

      9 methods: ListIssues, ListAllIssuesAcrossOwnedAndMemberRepositoriesAssignedToTheAuthenticatedUser and 7 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • Projects
      Creates an organization project board. Returns a 404 Not Found status if projects are disabled in the organization. If you do not have sufficient privileges to perform this action, a 401 Unauthorized or 410 Gone status is returned.

      9 methods: ListRepositoryProjects, ListOrganizationProjects and 7 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Projectcards
      Projectcards

      6 methods: ListProjectCards, GetAProjectCard and 4 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Projectcolumns
      Projectcolumns

      6 methods: ListProjectColumns, GetAProjectColumn and 4 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • PublicKeys
      Adds a public SSH key to the authenticated user's GitHub account.

      5 methods: ListPublicKeysForAUser, ListYourPublicKeys and 3 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • PullRequests
      To open or update a pull request in a public repository, you must have write access to the head or the source branch. For organization-owned repositories, you must be a member of the organization that owns the repository to open or update a pull request. You can create a new pull request.

      9 methods: ListPullRequests, GetASinglePullRequest and 7 others

      GETPOSTPUTPATCH
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    • Reviews
      This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      8 methods: ListReviewsOnAPullRequest, GetASingleReview and 6 others

      GETPOSTPUTDELETE
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    • GitReferences
      Creates a reference for your repository. You are unable to create new references for empty repositories, even if the commit SHA-1 hash used exists. Empty repositories are repositories without branches.

      5 methods: GetASingleReference, ListMatchingReferences and 3 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • Self-hostedrunners
      Returns a token that you can pass to the config script. The token expires after one hour. Anyone with admin access to the repository can use this endpoint. GitHub Apps must have the administration permission to use this endpoint.

      6 methods: ListDownloadsForTheSelfHostedRunnerApplication, ListSelfHostedRunnersForARepository and 4 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Releases
      Users with push access to the repository can create a release. This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      11 methods: ListReleasesForARepository, GetASingleRelease and 9 others

      GETPOSTPATCHDELETE
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    • ReviewComments
      Creates a reply to a review comment for a pull request. For the comment_id, provide the ID of the review comment you are replying to. This must be the ID of a top-level review comment, not a reply to that comment. Replies to replies are not supported. This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      3 methods: ListCommentsOnAPullRequest, ListCommentsInARepository and 1 others

      GETPOST
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    • ReviewRequests
      This endpoint triggers notifications. Creating content too quickly using this endpoint may result in abuse rate limiting. See "Abuse rate limits" and "Dealing with abuse rate limits" for details.

      3 methods: ListReviewRequests, CreateAReviewRequest and 1 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Statuses
      Users with push access in a repository can create commit statuses for a given SHA. Note: there is a limit of 1000 statuses per sha and context within a repository. Attempts to create more than 1000 statuses will result in a validation error.

      3 methods: ListStatusesForASpecificRef, GetTheCombinedStatusForASpecificRef and 1 others

      GETPOST
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    • GitTags
      Note that creating a tag object does not create the reference that makes a tag in Git. If you want to create an annotated tag in Git, you have to do this call to create the tag object, and then create the refs/tags/[tag] reference. If you want to create a lightweight tag, you only have to create the tag reference - this call would be unnecessary.

      2 methods: GetATag, CreateATagObject

      GETPOST
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    • GitTrees
      The tree creation API accepts nested entries. If you specify both a tree and a nested path modifying that tree, this endpoint will overwrite the contents of the tree with the new path contents, and create a new tree structure. If you use this endpoint to add, delete, or modify the file contents in a tree, you will need to commit the tree and then update a branch to point to the commit. For more information see "Create a commit" and "Update a reference."

      2 methods: GetATree, CreateATree

      GETPOST
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    • Contents
      Creates a new file or updates an existing file in a repository.

      5 methods: GetTheREADME, GetContents and 3 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Secrets
      Creates or updates a secret with an encrypted value. Encrypt your secret using LibSodium. Anyone with write access to the repository can use this endpoint. GitHub Apps must have the secrets permission to use this endpoint.

      5 methods: GetYourPublicKey, ListSecretsForARepository and 3 others

      GETPUTDELETE
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    • Teamsynchronization
      Creates, updates, or removes a connection between a team and an IdP group. When adding groups to a team, you must include all new and existing groups to avoid replacing existing groups with the new ones. Specifying an empty groups array will remove all connections for a team.

      3 methods: ListIdPGroupsInAnOrganization, ListIdPGroupsForATeam and 1 others

      GETPATCH
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    • Reactions
      Create a reaction to a commit comment. A response with a Status: 200 OK means that you already added the reaction type to this commit comment.

      13 methods: ListReactionsForACommitComment, ListReactionsForAnIssue and 11 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Artifacts
      Deletes an artifact for a workflow run. Anyone with write access to the repository can use this endpoint. GitHub Apps must have the actions permission to use this endpoint.

      4 methods: ListWorkflowRunArtifacts, GetAnArtifact and 2 others

      GETDELETE
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    • Organizationmigrations
      Deletes a previous migration archive. Migration archives are automatically deleted after seven days.

      7 methods: ListOrganizationMigrations, GetTheStatusOfAnOrganizationMigration and 5 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Notifications
      Mutes all future notifications for a conversation until you comment on the thread or get @mentioned.

      9 methods: ListYourNotifications, ListYourNotificationsInARepository and 7 others

      GETPUTPATCHDELETE
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    • Usermigrations
      Deletes a previous migration archive. Downloadable migration archives are automatically deleted after seven days. Migration metadata, which is returned in the List user migrations and Get the status of a user migration endpoints, will continue to be available even after an archive is deleted.

      7 methods: ListUserMigrations, GetTheStatusOfAUserMigration and 5 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Pages
      Warning: The API may change without advance notice during the preview period. Preview features are not supported for production use. If you experience any issues, contact GitHub Support or GitHub Premium Support.

      8 methods: GetInformationAboutAPagesSite, ListPagesBuilds and 6 others

      GETPOSTPUTDELETE
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    • Organizations
      Enables an authenticated organization owner with the admin:org scope to update the organization's profile and member privileges.

      8 methods: ListYourOrganizations, ListAllOrganizations and 6 others

      GETPATCHDELETE
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    • SCIM
      SCIM

      4 methods: GetAListOfProvisionedIdentities, GetProvisioningDetailsForASingleUser and 2 others

      GETPOSTDELETE
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    • Users
      Lists all users, in the order that they signed up on GitHub. This list includes personal user accounts and organization accounts. Note: Pagination is powered exclusively by the since parameter. Use the Link header to get the URL for the next page of users.

      5 methods: GetASingleUser, GetTheAuthenticatedUser and 3 others

      GETPATCH
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    • CodesofConduct
      CodesofConduct

      4 methods: ListAllCodesOfConduct, GetAnIndividualCodeOfConduct and 2 others

      GET
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    • Licenses
      Licenses

      3 methods: ListCommonlyUsedLicenses, GetAnIndividualLicense and 1 others

      GET
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    • IssuesEvents
      IssuesEvents

      2 methods: ListEventsForARepository, GetASingleEvent

      GET
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    • Gitignore
      The API also allows fetching the source of a single template.

      2 methods: ListingAvailableTemplates, GetASingleTemplate

      GET
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    • ActionsWorkflows
      Gets a specific workflow. You can also replace :workflow_id with :workflow_file_name. For example, you could use main.yml. Anyone with read access to the repository can use this endpoint. GitHub Apps must have the actions permission to use this endpoint.

      2 methods: ListRepositoryWorkflows, GetAWorkflow

      GET
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    • WorkflowJobs
      Gets a specific job in a workflow run. Anyone with read access to the repository can use this endpoint. GitHub Apps must have the actions permission to use this endpoint.

      3 methods: ListJobsForAWorkflowRun, GetAWorkflowJob and 1 others

      GET
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    • Statistics
      Statistics

      5 methods: GetContributorsListWithAdditionsDeletionsAndCommitCounts, GetTheLastYearOfCommitActivityData and 3 others

      GET
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    • Events
      This is a read-only API to the GitHub events. These events power the various activity streams on the site.

      1 methods: GetEvents

      GET
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    • Feeds
      Feeds

      1 methods: GetFeeds

      GET
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    • Meta
      This endpoint provides a list of GitHub's IP addresses. For more information, see ["About GitHub's IP addresses."](https://help.github.com/articles/about-github-s-ip-addresses/)

      1 methods: GetMeta

      GET
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    • RateLimit
      RateLimit

      1 methods: GetYourCurrentRateLimitStatus

      GET
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    • GistsComments
      GistsComments

      1 methods: ListCommentsOnAGist

      GET
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    • IssuesComments
      IssuesComments

      1 methods: ListCommentsOnAnIssue

      GET
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    • Timeline
      Timeline

      1 methods: ListEventsForAnIssue

      GET
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    • ActivityEvents
      This is the user's organization dashboard. You must be authenticated as the user to view this.

      10 methods: ListPublicEvents, ListRepositoryEvents and 8 others

      GET
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    • Emojis
      Emojis

      1 methods: ListsAllTheEmojisAvailableToUseOnGitHub

      GET
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    • Merging
      Merging

      1 methods: PerformAMerge

      POST
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    • Markdown
      Markdown

      1 methods: RenderAnArbitraryMarkdownDocument

      POST
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    • CommunityProfile
      This endpoint will return all community profile metrics, including an overall health score, repository description, the presence of documentation, detected code of conduct, detected license, and the presence of ISSUE_TEMPLATE, PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE, README, and CONTRIBUTING files.

      1 methods: RetrieveCommunityProfileMetrics

      GET
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    • Search
      Find file contents via various criteria. This method returns up to 100 results per page. When searching for code, you can get text match metadata for the file content and file path fields when you pass the text-match media type. For more details about how to receive highlighted search results, see Text match metadata.

      7 methods: SearchRepositories, SearchCommits and 5 others

      GET
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