Bardeen's Github and Google Calendar integration allows you to seamlessly manage your projects and schedule. Github, a platform widely renowned for its efficient project and code management, pairs perfectly with Google Calendar, which is a go-to tool for organizing your time and events. Leveraging the power of both allows you to automate repetitive tasks, saving you time and increasing your productivity. For instance, you can copy Github project data to Notion or copy all Google Calendar events during a time frame to Airtable.

Combining Github's project management capabilities with Google Calendar's scheduling prowess means you can stay on top of your tasks and deadlines effortlessly. Create Trello cards for follow-ups on a meeting, find and save the email of the current Github user to Google Sheets in just a few clicks, or even automate sending meeting reminders to your team, enriching your workflow and saving you valuable time.

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Create
a Trello card about following up on a meeting
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Send
an email reminder from Outlook to all participants of a given Google calendar event
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Copy
Microsoft Outlook Calendar events to Google Calendar
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Copy
all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
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Get
social profiles and information of all participants of a meeting and save to HubSpot
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Find
and save a GitHub profile's contact info using Apollo.io into SmartSuite
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Create
a recruiting email from the current GitHub profile
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Create
a sales outreach email from the current GitHub profile
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Create
outreach email draft from the current GitHub profile in Gmail
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Find
and save the email of the current Github user to Google Sheets
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Copy
Github project data to Notion
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Copy
Github project data to Coda
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Copy
Github project data to Airtable
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Create
ClickUp tasks from a list of the upcoming week's meetings every Monday
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Create
Asana tasks from a list of the upcoming week's meetings every Monday
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Send
a list of the upcoming week's meetings as an SMS every Monday
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Send
a list of the upcoming week's meetings to Slack every Monday
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Copy
all Google Calendar events during a time frame to Airtable
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Copy
all Google Calendar events during a time frame to Coda
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Add
meeting participant’s information before all Google Calendar events
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Join
next meeting, before it starts
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Copy
all Github issues to Google Sheets
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Copy
all Github issues to Airtable
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Copy
all Github issues to Coda
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Join
meeting and open Coda doc before an event starts
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Create
a Google Doc for an event
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Add
meeting participant’s information to the next Google Calendar event
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Get
a browser notification 1 min before the event
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Send
an email reminder about a meeting to everyone 5 min before it begins
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Send
an SMS about the upcoming meeting 5 min before it starts
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Find
email threads with event participants
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Save
meeting participants enriched information in Coda

How to integrate Github + Google Calendar

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Available actions & triggers

Create GitHub issue
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When GitHub repository is forked
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When GitHub issue is added
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Add label to Github issue
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Find Slack users from Event
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Find GitHub repositories
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When GitHub repository is created
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Create simple event from text
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Create reminder in Google Calendar
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Get last event
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Add Google Meet link to event
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Get GitHub stargazers
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Delete calendar event
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Get GitHub contributors
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Find GitHub organizations
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Find GitHub users
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Get GitHub info
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Create event
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Find GitHub issues
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Find GitHub issue on current page
Action
Find current event
Action
Get GitHub issue URL
Action
Find events
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Find next meeting with participant
Action
Add participant to event
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When comment is added to issue or PR in GitHub
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Find events in time period
Action
Get event duration
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Get GitHub issue body
Action
When GitHub pull request is added
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When next event starts
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Find GitHub projects
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Find next event
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Find event participant email addresses
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Get event title
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Add description to event
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Get event description
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Get GitHub issue title
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