Github Time Tracking

Track Your Time Right from Your Github Issues

With the Aajogo Extension for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge enhance Github with time tracking. Get automatic timesheets and enjoy Aajogo’s in-depth analytics.

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About github

https://github.com/

GitHub, the premier web-based hosting service, is the go-to platform for projects utilizing the powerful Git revision control system. Developed by the brilliant minds at Logical Awesome, including Chris Wanstrath, PJ Hyett, and Tom Preston-Werner, GitHub is crafted with Ruby on Rails. Whether you're a part of a commercial enterprise or an open-source enthusiast, GitHub caters to all, offering both premium plans and free accounts. Unlock a World of Collaboration GitHub isn't just about version control; it's a thriving hub of collaboration. It seamlessly combines project management with social networking, featuring essential functions like feeds, followers, and an intricate network graph that showcases how developers collaborate on their repository versions. More Than Just Code But GitHub goes beyond code hosting. It also provides a pastebin-style platform at gist.github.com, where you can quickly share snippets. In addition, each repository enjoys dedicated wikis and web pages, all manageable through a Git repository. Effortless Issue Tracking One of GitHub's standout features is its built-in, highly functional Issue Tracker. Streamline project management by efficiently tracking issues, ensuring nothing slips through the cracks.

Is Aajogo easy to connect with Github?

Yes, there is no setup required. In just a few clicks, you can start tracking your time right from Github with the Aajogo Extension for Chrome and Firefox.

How does Github time tracking work?

With Aajogo’s timer you can keep track of your time right within your projects and tasks in Github.

Can I connect to Github using Aajogo’s free plan?

Yes, Aajogo allows you to connect with Github when you’re on the free plan.

What is Github useful for?

Working with Github helps you with team communication, meeting agendas, brainstorming, sharing files, and creating shared calendars, while keeping track of every hour by connecting with Aajogo.

TIME TRACKING FOR GITHUB

Start Tracking Time in GitHub

Add time tracking to GitHub by following these three simple steps.
Setup takes only a couple of minutes.

1

Sign up to Aajogo

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2

Install Aajogo Button

An extension for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge that allows you to track time within your favorite productivity tools.

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3

Track your time in GitHub

Just login to your GitHub account and start tracking all of your work straightaway.

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