When we first introduced GitHub Projects, we set a limit of 1,200 items per project to keep projects snappy and encourage tracking of only active work. Your feedback over the years has been invaluable, and we heard you loud and clear – sometimes, 1,200 items just isn’t enough for those growing, scaling projects. That’s why today, we’re excited to announce the private beta of Projects without Limits, which will enable unlimited issue limits on your projects.
While this feature is still under development, the private beta currently supports the table, board, and roadmap layouts. Stay tuned for upcoming support for other beloved features such as slice by, swimlanes, mobile support, Projects API, and insights.
If you’re a project admin and your project is nearing the item limit while exclusively using our supported features, this banner will appear over your project.
To join the private beta waitlist, click the Join waitlist button. If space is available, your project will be granted beta access.
For questions and feedback, please visit our Community Discussion.