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GitHub Repositories Page

The Repositories page provides a high-level overview on the status as well as stats of repository exposure, activeness, and policy hits. You have the ability to search for repository activities that may violate corporate policy.

Tip

You can refresh the page by clicking the refresh icon beside the instance name of the app.

The main portion of the page contains a table showing repository name, repository type, number of users, external collaborators, policy hit, and timestamp information.

The Repository page allows you to search for specific repositories, users, and policies  using filters. To use the search filters, click the filter icon to apply one or more of these filters: 

  • Repository Name: Find a repository by its name.

  • User Name: Find repositories based on who has used them.

  • Policy Name: Find repositories tied to a particular policy name.

    You can also search for information by clicking the + sign to use these predefined filters:

  • Repository Type: Find repositories based on their exposure, like Public or Private.

  • External Collaborator: Find repositories based on whether or not an external collaborator has used them.

Based on the filter used, a list of repositories are displayed in the Repositories table. To view complete details about a repository, click on an item to open the Repositories Details summary.

Note

On the Repositories Details Summary page, the Owner listed is the name of your organization when a repository is created from an organization's context. When a repository is created from a user's content, the name of the user is shown.

This page also allows you to export the contents of the table. Click EXPORT to download a spreadsheet file. In the EXPORT pop-up window, you can either select all or custom rows.