Import to Github

Last modified on December 20th, 2021.


Document to GitHub Importer allows Innoslate documents to be imported into GitHub.

1. To import issues from Innoslate documents, click the 'Import Issues' button in Issues View. 

2. This will open the 'Create Issues from Document' modal. The drop-down provides a list of Innoslate documents in the current project that are available for import. Select the desired document that contains Issues to be imported.

3. If the document being imported has multiple levels, such as Issues with children, select 'Nested Mode'. 

4. However, If the document has only one level of Issues, select 'Flat Mode'.

5. To add labels or assignees, select the links to the right of the input boxes. From their respective drop down menus, select labels or assignees to be applied to every Issue populated from the document.

6. Once finished select 'Create Issues' to begin converting the document into Issues. Note: This process will take some time with a large number of Issues. 

6a. Document with nested Issues - As shown in Innoslate and GitHub

6b. Document with flat Issues - As shown in Innoslate and GitHub

Import to Github

Last modified on December 20th, 2021. 


Document to GitHub Importer allows Innoslate documents to be imported into GitHub.

1. To import issues from Innoslate documents, click the ‘Import Issues’ button in Issues View. 

2. This will open the ‘Create Issues from Document’ modal. The drop-down provides a list of Innoslate documents in the current project that are available for import. Select the desired document that contains Issues to be imported.

3. If the document being imported has multiple levels, such as Issues with children, select ‘Nested Mode’. 

4. However, If the document has only one level of Issues, select ‘Flat Mode’.

5. To add labels or assignees, select the links to the right of the input boxes. From their respective drop down menus, select labels or assignees to be applied to every Issue populated from the document.

6. Once finished select ‘Create Issues’ to begin converting the document into Issues. Note: This process will take some time with a large number of Issues. 

6a. Document with nested Issues – As shown in Innoslate and GitHub

6b. Document with flat Issues – As shown in Innoslate and GitHub