About marketplace badges

Learn about the badges that you may see for some apps and actions listings on GitHub Marketplace.

For GitHub Apps

Certain apps on the GitHub Marketplace have the badge and a tooltip that says "Publisher domain and email verified". This means that the app is owned by an organization that has:

  • Verified ownership of their domain and has a verified badge on their profile
  • Confirmed their email address so GitHub Support can reach the organization
  • Required two-factor authentication for their organization. For more information, see "Requiring two-factor authentication in your organization."

Marketplace badge for GitHub Apps

GitHub does not analyze the app. The marketplace badge only confirms that the publisher meets the requirements listed above.

To learn how you can add this badge to your app, see "Applying for publisher verification for your organization."

Some apps on the GitHub Marketplace have the badge and a tooltip that says "App meets the requirements for listing" instead of, "Publisher domain and email verified." This means that the app meets the listing requirements described in "Requirements for listing an app," but the publisher has not been verified, as described in "Applying for publisher verification for your organization". Apps with this badge cannot change their pricing plan until the publisher successfully applies for verification.

Marketplace badge for GitHub Apps

For more information about the requirements for listing an app on GitHub Marketplace, see "Requirements for listing an app on GitHub Marketplace."

For information on finding apps to use, see "Searching GitHub Marketplace."

For GitHub actions

Actions with the , or verified creator badge, indicate that GitHub has verified the creator of the action as a partner organization.

Verified creator badge for GitHub Actions

For information on how to publish a GitHub action to GitHub Marketplace, see "Publishing actions in GitHub Marketplace."

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