So you are looking at hundreds of GitHub profiles every day. How do you save the best ones? Good old copy-pasting, right?
Sometimes you want to share or save that data into a spreadsheet.
This playbook uses the Bardeen scraper to extract data like name, a link to the user's repositories, and the projects they have contributed in seconds.
You can expand on it by adding your next step, such as sending an email or saving the information to a spreadsheet. To do that, click the “Pin it” button above and launch the builder. Then, add your next action by clicking on “+”
You will be redirected to install the browser extension when you run it for the first time.
Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbook, if you already have Bardeen extension installed.
Activate Bardeen (or hit OPTİON + B on your keyboard) and click to run the playbook when you are on a GitHub profile page. It will get the data from the page.
Bardeen (or hit OPTİON + B) and run this playbook.
The playbook is helpful if you want to create automations for showcasing your GitHub profile, sending your profile information for a job you are applying to, or compiling profiles of suitable candidates as an employer.
💪 Pro tip: Use the profile information to automate your next action. For example, you can launch the Builder to add a follow-up action like "Create Notion page to database" or "Add rows to Google Sheets" and automatically save all the profile information.
Find more Github automations, or edit the playbook to suit your own workflow.