Managing contribution graphs on your profile
Your contributions, including commits, proposed pull requests, and opened issues, are displayed on your profile so people can easily see the work you've done.
Viewing contributions on your profile→
Your GitHub profile shows off your pinned repositories as well as a graph of your repository contributions over the past year.
Showing an overview of your activity on your profile→
You can enable the activity overview section on your profile to give viewers more context about the types of contributions you make.
Publicizing or hiding your private contributions on your profile→
Your GitHub profile shows a graph of your repository contributions over the past year. You can choose to show anonymized activity from private and internal repositories in addition to the activity from public repositories.
Sending your GitHub Enterprise Server contributions to your GitHub.com profile→
You can highlight your work on GitHub Enterprise Server by sending the contribution counts to your GitHub.com profile.
Why are my contributions not showing up on my profile?→
Your profile contributions graph is a record of contributions you've made to GitHub repositories. Contributions are timestamped according to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) rather than your local time zone. Contributions are only counted if they meet certain criteria. In some cases, we may need to rebuild your graph in order for contributions to appear.
Troubleshooting commits on your timeline→
You can view details for commits from your profile's timeline. If you don't see commits you expect on your profile or can't find commit details from your profile page, the commit date and the commit author date may be different.