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Github power up - does not show Organization repositories Edited

I authorized a github power up on a board.


Then selected Add Branch from a card.


I belong to an organization as admin/owner but - none of the repositories from the organization show in the list? Only private repositories that are against my login.


My github subscription is TEAM.


Any thoughts on how I can get the Team/Organization repositories to show?


--- I checked the documentation and it looks like I do not get the authorization window.

Instead the UI flickers and I am sent to trello. It's like Trello links my personal account and does not give me the option to select teams that I want to authorize.

(See screenshot below)

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Hi everyone!

I had the same issue with the Github power-up.

I've found out that the organization account had access restrictions in the Settings, Third-party application access policy section.

I've allowed access to the applications authorized by organization members and now everything is working.


Hope it helps.

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Ryan Atlassian Team Feb 04, 2020

Hi Anup,


It looks like you may have already been logged in to your personal Github account on your browser when you set up this Power-up. Therefore it automatically skipped the authorisation and linked to your personal account.

To get this working for you, I would disable the Power-up temporarily. Then to be sure that you can choose which Github you want to authorise, log in to Trello via an incognito tab, and re-enable the Github Power-up. You should then be able to access your work Github account.


Let me know how it goes!


Hi Ryan,


I disabled the power up on my board - on the laptop I usually work on.

Then I switched to my home PC and launched private browsing in Chrome.


I then logged into Trello, added the power up to the board, then linked github. At this point I was presented with a popup window which asked me to log into github. I logged in and then the window closed and left me back in Trello.


I was expecting to see the oauth confirm page with details on what permissions were going to be set. (As per the screenshot in the documentation).


Any thoughts on what I could do to reset the oauth piece?

I also have the same problem. I was able to link trello to github just fine, but I am working on an open source project in an organization (odpi). The only repos listed when configuring the powerup are my personal ones .

That's pointless - as all the issues I need to track are in the organization repo, not my personal fork.

Can the powerup do this?

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