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Have your task list on hand, wherever you work
It’s common to use a suite of tools that all do different things. The problem is that it’s easy to lose track of tasks across tools and difficult to remember what you need to get done.
Simplify the process by syncing GitHub with Fellow. Issues/actions items added to one tool will be synced to the other, meaning that no matter what list you look at, your tasks will be there.
Make cross-functional collaboration easy
When working on a cross-functional project with designers, developers, marketers and more, it can be difficult to ensure that everyone is on the same page if everyone uses different tools for project management.
Never fear! The full team can use Fellow as a collaborative place for team meetings and discussing next steps. Then these action items can be sent out and synced with the team’s specific project management tool, such as GitHub via Fellow’s Zapier integration.
No excuses not to stay on track!
How to connect Fellow and Asana
You’ll need to use Zapier to link both tools.
To set-up this connection, follow these steps:
1. Login to Zapier
2. Click Create a Zap
3. Select an App and Event. Depending on the way you want your action items to go, select Fellow or GitHub.
4. Continue building your Zap
Then watch the sync begin!
What is GitHub?
GitHub is a site that hosts Git repositories, but it also has a lot of features of its own.
GitHub offers a Web-based graphical interface to Git, which is a command-line application. Developers can host their files in a ‘GitRepository’ on GitHub so that others can work on projects with them.
“Fellow solves three key problems around running meetings. First, creating the agenda. Then, with the ability to take notes, meeting management becomes much simpler. And finally, tracking the action items that come out of every meeting. Having everything in Fellow means we can track it and follow up on it.”
Mychelle MollotChief Marketing Officer