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Управление целью спонсорства

Вы можете задать цель для учетной записи спонсируемого разработчика или спонсируемой организации, чтобы помочь сообществу оценить, какое внимание оказывает спонсорская поддержка вашей работы.

About sponsorship goals

You can set a funding goal for your sponsored account and share the goal with your community. Goals help you understand the impact you have in the open source community and build up your presence in the GitHub Sponsors program.

Your goal can set a target for the number of sponsors you want to have or the amount of money you want to earn each month. You can only set one goal up at a time. After you reach a goal, you can set another goal.

Setting a goal

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Your sponsors.

Screenshot of the profile options dropdown menu. One option, labeled "Your sponsors," is outlined in dark orange.

  1. If a list of your sponsored and eligible accounts is shown, to the right of the account you want to manage, click Dashboard.

  2. In the left sidebar, click Your goals.

    Screenshot of the sidebar on the GitHub Sponsors dashboard. A tab in the "Profile" section, labeled "Your goals", is outlined in dark orange.

  3. Under "Your goals", click Set a goal.

  4. In the "What is your goal based on?" section, select Number of monthly sponsors or Sponsorships a month.

  5. Type the number of monthly sponsors you'd like to have, or the monthly amount you're aiming for.

  6. In the "Describe your goal" section, type a description for your goal.

  7. If you chose a goal based on sponsorships per month, select I understand that this will publicly display how much sponsorship funds I receive each month.

  8. Click Publish.

Editing a goal

When you edit a goal, you can't choose a goal you've already achieved. For example, if you already have 5 sponsors, you can't edit your goal so that you're aiming for 4 sponsors.

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Your sponsors.

Screenshot of the profile options dropdown menu. One option, labeled "Your sponsors," is outlined in dark orange.

  1. If a list of your sponsored and eligible accounts is shown, to the right of the account you want to manage, click Dashboard.

  2. In the left sidebar, click Your goals.

    Screenshot of the sidebar on the GitHub Sponsors dashboard. A tab in the "Profile" section, labeled "Your goals", is outlined in dark orange.

  3. To the right of your goal, click Edit.

  4. In the "What is your goal based on?" section, select Number of monthly sponsors or Sponsorships a month.

  5. Type the number of monthly sponsors you'd like to have, or the monthly amount you're aiming for.

  6. In the "Describe your goal" section, type a description for your goal.

  7. If you chose a goal based on sponsorships per month, select I understand that this will publicly display how much sponsorship funds I receive each month.

  8. Click Publish.

Retiring a goal

After you retire a goal, you won't be able to reactivate the goal. You must create a new goal instead.

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Your sponsors.

Screenshot of the profile options dropdown menu. One option, labeled "Your sponsors," is outlined in dark orange.

  1. If a list of your sponsored and eligible accounts is shown, to the right of the account you want to manage, click Dashboard.

  2. In the left sidebar, click Your goals.

    Screenshot of the sidebar on the GitHub Sponsors dashboard. A tab in the "Profile" section, labeled "Your goals", is outlined in dark orange.

  3. To the right of your goal, click Edit.

  4. At the bottom of the page, click Retire.

  5. In the modal that appears, read the warning, then click OK.