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Adding your project to a repository

You can add your project to a repository to make it accessible from that repository.

You can list relevant projects in a repository. You can only list projects that are owned by the same user or organization that owns the repository.

In order for repository members to see a project listed in a repository, they must have visibility for the project. For more information, see "Managing visibility of your projects" and "Managing access to your projects."

  1. On GitHub, navigate to the main page of your repository.
  2. Click Projects. Screenshot showing a repository's tabs. The "Projects" tab is highlighted with an orange outline.
  3. Click Link a project.
  4. In the search bar that appears, search for projects that are owned by the same user or organization that owns the repository.
  5. Click on a project to list it in your repository.