Link a GitHub commit to a Xebrio task

A GitHub commit can be linked to a Xebrio task. In the detail's window of the specific task, the GitHub tab will have secondary tabs for Commits and Pull Requests. Click on the Commits tab and click the Link Commits button. A pop up will appear which will show the list of commits from the linked GitHub repositories. If there are multiple linked repositories, click on the current repository to open a dropdown of other linked repositories. There is also a dropdown for branches, if there are multiple in the selected repository. 


In order to perform this action, a GitHub login may appear as a separate pop up window, so please check that pop ups are enabled on your browser. 


If the desired repository is not available, check with a project owner that the GitHub repository is linked to the Xebrio project. 


Users will need view and edit permissions in the tasks module to perform this action and GitHub access to the appropriate repositories. Depending on the user's project permission settings, they may be able to view all project tasks or just a subset. Watchers specifically added to the task will be able to view it. 

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