You can watch your repository's workflows run and see their status.
GitHub Actions is currently available in a limited public beta. During the limited public beta, you should not use it for high-value workflows and content. You can request to join the limited public beta on the GitHub Actions page.
You can create actions for your own use in private repositories or to share with others in public repositories. During the limited public beta, you can only configure workflows in private repositories.
On your repository's Actions tab, you can see a visual representation of your workflow and the relationship between the tasks in your workflow. You can also see current and past build status for your current and deleted workflows, and their component actions. People with write or admin access can create, view, and edit workflows for a repository.
On GitHub, navigate to the main page of the repository.
Under your repository name, click Actions.
Use the visual editor to see your workflow's components and status.
- For more details on an action's build status, click the action's name.
- To see your workflow file, click View main.workflow.