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Transfer Data from Github to Google Sheets: A Step-by-Step Guide

In the realm of project management, keeping track of issues is crucial. However, when you're managing them across platforms like GitHub, it can become a tad bit complex. With Magical, you can effortlessly transfer issue data from GitHub to Google Sheets, making your project management more organized and efficient.

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What Github data can you transfer

Magical enables you to transfer a wide array of data from Github to Google Sheets. Here are some examples of the information you can extract:

Issue Title
And move more types of information by creating your own custom labels.

How to Transfer data from Github to Google Sheets using Magical?

Once the Magical extension is installed, follow these steps to transfer issue data from GitHub to Google Sheets:

  1. Open the GitHub repository with the issues you want to track.
  2. In a Google Sheets document, type "//" in an empty cell. Magical will ask to connect to your Google account.
  3. Create columns for each piece of issue data you want to transfer, like Issue Title, Description, or Status.
  4. Trigger the Magical extension again or click the Magical button in your browser, then add the data to each column.
  5. Repeat the process for all other GitHub issues you want to track.


Magical enhances your project management by allowing you to seamlessly transfer issue data from GitHub to Google Sheets. With all your issues organized in one spreadsheet, you can manage and resolve them more efficiently. Try Magical today and take your project management to the next level!

Common questions


Magical is a chrome extension that allows users to extract information from any website without complex integrations or APIs. You can run it on LinkedIn profiles and transfer data directly to Google Sheets. The extension is designed to simplify the process of data collection by automating the extraction of information from LinkedIn profiles. Magical is free, easy to use, and it can save you a lot of time and effort.


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