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Supported events

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Any time any event is triggered (Wildcard Event)
Check Run
Triggered when a check run is created, rerequested, completed, or has a requested_action
Check Suite
Triggered when a check suite is completed, requested, or rerequested
Commit Comment
Triggered when a commit comment is created
Create
Represents a created repository, branch, or tag
Delete
Represents a deleted branch or tag
Deploy Key
Triggered when a deploy key is added or removed from a repository
Deployment
Represents a deployment
Deployment Status
Represents a deployment status
Fork
Triggered when a user forks a repository
Github App Authorization
Triggered when someone revokes their authorization of a GitHub App
Gollum
Triggered when a Wiki page is created or updated
Installation
Triggered when someone installs (created), uninstalls (deleted), or accepts new permissions (new_permissions_accepted) for a GitHub App. When a GitHub App owner requests new permissions, the person who installed the GitHub App must accept the new permissions request.
Installation Repositories
Triggered when a repository is added or removed from an installation
Issue Comment
Triggered when an issue comment is created, edited, or deleted
Issues
Triggered when an issue is opened, edited, deleted, transferred, pinned, unpinned, closed, reopened, assigned, unassigned, labeled, unlabeled, locked, unlocked, milestoned, or demilestoned
Label
Triggered when a repository's label is created, edited, or deleted
Marketplace Purchase
Triggered when someone purchases a GitHub Marketplace plan, cancels their plan, upgrades their plan (effective immediately), downgrades a plan that remains pending until the end of the billing cycle, or cancels a pending plan change
Member
Triggered when a user accepts an invitation or is removed as a collaborator to a repository, or has their permissions changed
Membership
Triggered when a user is added or removed from a team. Organization hooks only.
Meta
Triggered when the webhook that this event is configured on is deleted
Milestone
Triggered when a milestone is created, closed, opened, edited, or deleted
Org Block
Triggered when an organization blocks or unblocks a user. Organization hooks only.
Organization
Triggered when an organization is deleted and renamed, and when a user is added, removed, or invited to an organization. Organization hooks only.
Page Build
Triggered on push to a GitHub Pages enabled branch (gh-pages for project pages, master for user and organization pages)
Project
Triggered when a project is created, updated, closed, reopened, or deleted
Project Card
Triggered when a project card is created, edited, moved, converted to an issue, or deleted
Project Column
Triggered when a project column is created, updated, moved, or deleted
Public
Triggered when a private repository is open sourced
Pull Request
Triggered when a pull request is assigned, unassigned, labeled, unlabeled, opened, edited, closed, reopened, synchronize, ready_for_review, locked, unlocked, a pull request review is requested, or a review request is removed
Pull Request Review
Triggered when a pull request review is submitted into a non-pending state, the body is edited, or the review is dismissed
Pull Request Review Comment
Triggered when a comment on a pull request's unified diff is created, edited, or deleted (in the Files Changed tab)
Push
Triggered on a push to a repository branch. Branch pushes and repository tag pushes also trigger webhook push events. This is the default event.
Release
Triggered when a release is published, unpublished, created, edited, deleted, or prereleased
Repository
Triggered when a repository is created, archived, unarchived, renamed, edited, transferred, made public, or made private. Organization hooks are also triggered when a repository is deleted.
Repository Import
Triggered when a successful, cancelled, or failed repository import finishes for a GitHub organization or a personal repository
Repository Vulnerability Alert
Triggered when a security alert is created, dismissed, or resolved
Security Advisory
Triggered when a new security advisory is published, updated, or withdrawn
Star
Triggered when a star is added or removed from a repository
Status
Triggered when the status of a Git commit changes
Team
Triggered when an organization's team is created, deleted, edited, added_to_repository, or removed_from_repository. Organization hooks only.
Team Add
Triggered when a repository is added to a team
Watch
Triggered when someone stars a repository
Github Trigger node

About Github Trigger

GitHub is the number one platform for developers. It boosts their software development and enhances their collaboration options. The tools offered by Github help you automate your tasks and facilitate your work, that is why it is preferred by millions of developers around the world.

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