About your organization’s news feed

You can use your organization's news feed to keep up with recent activity on repositories owned by that organization.

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An organization's news feed shows other people's activity on repositories owned by that organization. You can use your organization's news feed to see when someone opens, closes, or merges an issue or pull request, creates or deletes a branch, creates a tag or release, comments on an issue, pull request, or commit, or pushes new commits to GitHub.

Accessing your organization's news feed

  1. Sign in to your GitHub account.
  2. Open your personal dashboard.
  3. Click the account context switcher in the upper-left corner of the page.
    Context switcher button in Enterprise
  4. Select an organization from the drop-down menu.
    Context switcher menu in dotcom

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