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Log in to multiple GitHub accounts with the CLI

Introducing support for multiple GitHub accounts on a single host within the CLI! Log in with your work and personal accounts to manage your projects, wherever they're happening.

To add multiple accounts in the CLI, use the gh auth login command just as before. Now, instead of replacing your previous account, you will see the addition of a new account under gh auth status. This account will be marked as active, to indicate that gh will use it when communicating with GitHub. Run gh auth switch to change the active account, or gh auth logout to remove an account. Further details can be found in the v2.40.0 release notes.

Install or update the GitHub CLI today from your preferred source.

In early November we announced a set of changes to improve troubleshooting SCIM activity at scale for enterprise managed users. Today, we are making each of those changes generally available. No updates were required during the public beta period. The following restates the beta changes that are now GA.

Enterprise audit log fields:

  • New field external_group.update_display_name: Our logs will now capture and report any changes made to an external group's display name.
  • New field external_group.add_member: When a team member is added to an external group, this action will be audit logged.
  • New field external_group.remove_member: When a team member is removed from an external group, this action will be audit logged.
  • Enhancements to external_group.update and external_identity.update to ensure consistency whenever an external group or identity is updated.

The SSO page for each user also now includes SCIM metadata for that user in addition to existing SAML metadata. Check out what's new by filling in this url with your enterprise and a valid username.

Team membership synchronization status checks GitHub's understanding of identity groups against the current members of linked teams. This allows us to flag mismatches for administrators related to license allocation or other concerns.


Learn more about external group audit log fields and troubleshooting EMU team memberships.

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Today's changelog brings you the general availability (GA) of organization project templates.

🎨 Organization project templates

We've shipped exciting updates that allow you to quickly create, share, and use project templates for your organizations, making it easy to get started with a new project and share inspiration and best practices with others.

🔄 Creating a project template

You can create a project template a few different ways:

  1. Using New template from the "Templates" section found in your organization, team, or repository "Projects" pages
  2. Converting a project to a template by toggling Make template from the project settings page
  3. Making a copy of an existing project or project template

templates section on the Projects index page

Once you set up your project template, any views, fields, workflows, insights, and draft items will be included when using the template or making a copy of it.

With a growing number of project templates within an organization, organization administrators can designate a set of recommended templates from the organization settings page. These will appear as "Recommended" templates when creating a new project, so they are surfaced more prominently to help guide you in the right direction when getting started.

organization recommended templates

Improved experience when creating a project

When you create a new project, you'll notice an improved experience to browse and search across all available templates and choose one to quickly get started. You will find a new set of "Featured" templates provided by GitHub to help you get started depending on your use case for a project, such as the "Team planning" or "Feature release" templates, as well as separate sections for templates from your organization and starting from scratch.

✍️ Tell us what you think!

Join the conversation in the community discussion to share your feedback.

See how to use GitHub for project planning with GitHub Issues, check out what's on the roadmap, and learn more in the documentation.

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