Wrike & GitHub Two-Way Sync (powered by Unito)

Sync tasks and issues for better visibility and superior collaboration across platforms.

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Wrike Benefit
Tasks and issues for the same projects live in two independent systems

Wrike Benefit
Inefficient collaboration leads to delays and decreased productivity

Wrike Benefit
Running reports can require extra effort and manual data entry

Bring Wrike & GitHub together and become insanely productive

  • Create new issues in GitHub from within Wrike
    Create new issues in GitHub from within Wrike
  • Plan projects that have a mix of GitHub issues and Wrike-only tasks
    Plan projects that have a mix of GitHub issues and Wrike-only tasks
  • Comments you make in Wrike appear in GitHub, and vice-versa
    Comments you make in Wrike appear in GitHub, and vice-versa
  • Sync GitHub milestones to due dates or custom fields in Wrike
    Sync GitHub milestones to due dates or custom fields in Wrike

Sync with GitHub and everyone wins

Wrike Benefit
You stay in Wrike and they stay in GitHub

Wrike Benefit
Business and technical teams collaborate directly on projects

Wrike Benefit
Project Managers coordinate across teams and systems, in one place

Wrike Benefit
Executives get multi-project visibility
and reporting all in Wrike

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FAQ

Collaboration between business and developer teams can always benefit from increased visibility, advanced reporting, and more streamlined communication. Wrike’s features do all that and more. Sync across both platforms without losing track of details or priorities.
Yes! You can use Github through Wrike and vice versa. When you update a project task in Wrike, it appears as a Github issue.
The Wrike Github integration is powered by Unito. Begin by enabling the project syncs add-on in your Wrike “Apps & Integrations” area. Then select the Github integration. Once you authorize your account, you’ll be able to create your first sync by selecting your repository of choice.
Yes, Wrike and Github’s two-way sync means that project changes are automatically updated on both ends. When an issue is added or updated in a Github repository, a corresponding task is created or updated in Wrike.