Want to track the time you spend on all your daily Git commits? Connect Github with Timely's Memory tracker to do it automatically for you while you work!

How it works

  • Timely records all commits from public repositories
  • Timely records all commits from private repositories if you are the owner or admin of a particular repository

Timely will also take any of these GitHub events that have taken place within the last 20 minutes and group them together on your timeline:

  • Pushed commits
  • Commenting on pull requests, issues
  • Reviewing comments
  • Opening, updating or closing pull requests
  • Creating branches or tags

Hover over the memory to view details of the commits

Connect GitHub with Timely

Head to the App tab in your Timely Settings page:


Select the GitHub application and click "Connect new account to Timely.":


Sign into your GitHub account:

Authorize Timely to access your GitHub account:

Once authorized, you'll be brought back to the "Apps" page where it will show your connected account:

You're all set up and ready to track all the time you spend on commits!



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