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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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Save
jobs from the Monster.com search page to Notion
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Save
jobs from the Monster.com search page to Coda
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Save
jobs from the Monster.com search page to Airtable
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Save
jobs from the Monster.com search page to Google Sheets
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Get
a job post details from the currently opened Monster.com job post page
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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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Get
a list of jobs from the currently opened Monster.com search page
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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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Get
social profiles of the current pages Github user
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Copy
Github project data to a Google Sheet
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Create
a Github issue labeled bug
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Create
a Jira issue from a Github issue
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Get
Github project profile data
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Copy
GitHub contributors to a Google Sheet
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Get
user data from the currently opened GitHub profile page
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Add
Github users' emails and social media links to Google Sheets
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Copy
all Github issues to Notion
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Find
email addresses of a Github user
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Send
an email to the Github user from the current page
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Find
email of the current Github user
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Send
an email to a Github user
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Create
a Github repository
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Copy
GitHub repo stargazers to a Google Sheet

How to integrate Github + Monster.com

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This playbook saves me 60-90 minutes that I'd spend copy-pasting 20 new jobs details from LinkedIn daily - now it only takes me 5 minutes. Gamechanger!
This playbook saves me at least 1-2 hours every day. It normally takes me 60-90 mins to scrape 20 new jobs and the accompanying information each day. With Bardeen, this playbook does it in about 10 minutes and automatically!
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Available actions & triggers

Open issue link
Action
When comment is added to issue or PR in GitHub
Trigger
Find GitHub user from URL
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When GitHub repository is created
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When GitHub pull request is added
Trigger
Create GitHub issue
Action
When GitHub issue is added
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Find GitHub projects
Action
Find GitHub users
Action
Get GitHub issue body
Action
Get GitHub issue URL
Action
Find GitHub repositories
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Find GitHub issues
Action
When GitHub repository is forked
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Find GitHub organizations
Action
Find GitHub issue on current page
Action
When GitHub issue is closed
Trigger
Get GitHub info
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Get GitHub contributors
Action
Get GitHub issue title
Action
Add label to Github issue
Action
When GitHub review is requested
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When stargazer is added to GitHub repo
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Get GitHub stargazers
Action
Find GitHub pull requests
Action
When GitHub pull request is closed
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Find email of GitHub user
Action

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