As an organization member, you can visit your organization's dashboard throughout the day to stay updated on recent activity and keep track of issues and pull requests you're working on or following in the organization.
Opting into the public beta for a new dashboard
You can opt into the public beta for a new dashboard layout. If you opt into the public beta, some dashboard features may look different than described later in this article. Specific layouts and features of the public beta dashboard may change periodically.
For more information, see "Opting into the public beta for a new dashboard."
Accessing your organization dashboard
- To access the dashboard page, click the in the upper-left corner of any page on www.github.com.
- In the upper-left corner of the page, click your username, and use the drop-down menu to click the desired organization. You'll only see organizations you're a member of in the drop-down menu.
Finding recent issues and pull requests
You can quickly find and follow up with recently updated issues and pull requests in your organization under "Browse activity."
Open issues and pull requests appear in the recent activity section when:
- You have opened an issue or pull request.
- Someone has commented on an issue or pull request you opened.
- Your issue or pull request was reopened.
- Your review was requested on a pull request.
- You were assigned to an issue or pull request.
- You referenced an issue or pull request via a commit.
- You commented on an issue or pull request.
Finding repositories in your organization
You can easily access your organization's top repositories you're active in from the dashboard.
Staying updated with activity from the organization
Learn about the recent activity of other teams and repositories in your organization by reading the news feed. The news feed will show you updates from across the organization even if you're not personally subscribed to receive updates about a repository or person through watching or starring a repository, or following a person. For more information, see "Be social."
For instance, the organization news feed shows updates when someone in the organization:
- Creates a new branch.
- Comments on an issue or pull request.
- Submits a pull request review comment.
- Forks a repository.
- Creates a wiki page.
- Pushes commits.
- Creates a public repository.