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Projects (beta) 정보

Projects (beta)는 GitHub에서 작업을 계획하고 추적하기 위한 적응 가능하고 유연한 도구입니다.

Note: Projects (beta) is currently in public beta and subject to change.

About Projects (beta)

A project is an adaptable spreadsheet, task-board, and road map that integrates with your issues and pull requests on GitHub to help you plan and track your work effectively. You can create and customize multiple views by filtering, sorting, grouping your issues and pull requests, and add custom fields to track metadata specific to your team. Rather than enforcing a specific methodology, a project provides flexible features you can customize to your team’s needs and processes.

To get started and create a project, see "Creating a project." To learn more about the different layouts, see "Changing the layout of a view."

Staying up-to-date

Your projects are built from the issues and pull requests you add, creating direct references between your project and your work. Information is synced automatically to your project as you make changes, updating your views and charts. This integration works both ways, so that when you change information about a pull request or issue in your project, the pull request or issue reflects that information. For example, change an assignee in your project and that change is shown in your issue. You can take this integration even further, group your project by assignee, and make changes to issue assignment by dragging issues into the different groups.

To learn more about managing items in your project, see "Adding items to your project."

Adding metadata to your items

You can use custom fields to add metadata to your issues, pull requests, and draft issues and build a richer view of item attributes. You’re not limited to the built-in metadata (assignee, milestone, labels, etc.) that currently exists for issues and pull requests. For example, you can add the following metadata as custom fields:

  • A date field to track target ship dates.
  • A number field to track the complexity of a task.
  • A single select field to track whether a task is Low, Medium, or High priority.
  • A text field to add a quick note.
  • An iteration field to plan work week-by-week, including support for breaks.

To learn more about the different fields you can add to a project, see "Understanding fields."

Automating your projects

You can use the GraphQL API and GitHub Actions to take control of your project. For more information, see "Using the API to manage Projects (beta)" and "Automating Projects (beta) using Actions."

Viewing your project from different perspectives

Quickly answer your most pressing questions by tailoring your project view to give you the information you need. You can save these views, allowing you to quickly return to them as needed and make them available to your team. Views not only let you scope down the items listed but also offer two different layout options.

You can view your project as a high-density table layout or a kanban board. For more information about the different layout options, see "Changing the layout of a view."