GitHub Enterprise Cloud automatically creates links from standard URLs.
For more information on creating links, see "Basic writing and formatting syntax."
Within conversations on GitHub Enterprise Cloud, references to issues and pull requests are automatically converted to shortened links.
Note: Autolinked references are not created in wikis or files in a repository.
|Issue or pull request URL
# and issue or pull request number
GH- and issue or pull request number
Username/Repository# and issue or pull request number
Organization_name/Repository# and issue or pull request number
If you reference an issue, pull request, or discussion in a list, the reference will unfurl to show the title and state instead. For more information about task lists, see "About task lists."
When referencing the URL of a label in Markdown, the label is automatically rendered. Only labels of the same repository are rendered, URLs pointing to a label from a different repository are rendered as any URL.
The URL of a label can be found by navigating to the labels page and clicking on a label. For example, the URL of the label "enhancement" in our public docs repository is
Note: If the label name contains a period (
.), the label will not automatically render from the label URL.
References to a commit's SHA hash are automatically converted into shortened links to the commit on GitHub Enterprise Cloud.
If custom autolink references are configured for a repository, then references to external resources, like a JIRA issue or Zendesk ticket, convert into shortened links. To know which autolinks are available in your repository, contact someone with admin permissions to the repository. For more information, see "Configuring autolinks to reference external resources."