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Expensify + GitHub Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Expensify and GitHub

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About Expensify

Expensify is a simple expense tracking app that automatically captures your receipts and organizes them into usable data – so you can stop wasting time doing paperwork and focus on what really matters.

About GitHub

GitHub is the best place to share code with co-workers, and clients . Over ten million people use GitHub to build amazing things together.

GitHub Integrations
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    GitHub + Expensify

    Export Report to PDF in Expensify when New Commit is created in GitHub Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Expensify New Commit
     
    Then do this...
    Expensify Export Report to PDF
  • Expensify Expensify

    GitHub + Expensify

    Create Expense Report to Expensify from New Commit in GitHub Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Expensify New Commit
     
    Then do this...
    Expensify Create Expense Report
  • Expensify Expensify

    GitHub + Expensify

    Create Single Expense to Expensify from New Commit in GitHub Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Expensify New Commit
     
    Then do this...
    Expensify Create Single Expense
  • Expensify Expensify

    GitHub + Expensify

    Export Report to PDF in Expensify when New Notification is created in GitHub Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Expensify New Notification
     
    Then do this...
    Expensify Export Report to PDF
  • Expensify Expensify

    GitHub + Expensify

    Create Expense Report to Expensify from New Notification in GitHub Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Expensify New Notification
     
    Then do this...
    Expensify Create Expense Report
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Connect Expensify + GitHub in easier way

It's easy to connect Expensify + GitHub without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Commit

    Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.

  • New Notification

    Triggered when a new notification is created.

    Actions
  • Create Expense Report

    Only for Expensify Premium users! Creates a new expense report.

  • Create Single Expense

    Creates a single expense item

  • Export Report to PDF

    Given a Report ID (from a trigger), export that report to a PDF document

  • Create Issue

    Create a new issue.

  • Create Pull Request

    Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).

  • Update Issue

    Update an existing issue.

How Expensify & GitHub Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Expensify as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick GitHub as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Expensify to GitHub.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Expensify and GitHub

Integration of Expensify and GitHub

Benefits of Integration of Expensify and GitHub

Conclude your article with a strong, coherent statement that leaves the reader with some idea of what you are trying to say.

The thesis is a one-sentence statement at the end of the introductory paragraph that restates the main idea of your article. It should state the argument made in the body paragraphs. The thesis also defines the scope and focus of your paper. Your thesis cannot be a vague statement like “I will discuss the advantages of Expensify and GitHub integration” because it does not define what the advantages are or how you will show them. Rather, your thesis should be a specific statement about the advantages, such as “Expensify and GitHub integration can save time and money by allowing employees to submit expenses online.” This thesis statement defines what you will discuss in the body paragraphs—the advantages—and how you will do so—by discussing how employees can submit expenses online.

Thesis statements can vary in length depending on what they are saying and the scope of the article. They can be specific (“Google’s advertising business has grown rapidly since Google began selling ads in 2000”. or broad (“The advertising industry has changed dramatically over time”. The most important thing is to make sure that your thesis statement is supported by your paper. If you are writing an article about Google’s advertising business, then your thesis statement must support this. If you are writing an article about advertising in general, then your thesis statement must support this. Make sure that your thesis statement is relevant to the topic; if it is not, then change it.

Introduction

An introduction is usually a single paragraph that describes your topic and provides context for the fplowing body paragraphs. The introduction should also provide background information that makes your topic accessible to someone who is unfamiliar with it or who has not thought about it before. For example, if you are writing an article about the Affordable Care Act, you might begin with a brief overview of health care reform in America, including the reasons for reform, how health care is financed, and what problems need to be addressed. In addition to providing context for your topic, introductions also provide a preview of your points and help readers decide whether they want to read further. The introduction should not simply repeat what you will write later in the body paragraphs but should contain information that is interesting in its own right.

Body

The body paragraphs are where you present your arguments in detail. Each body paragraph should present an independent argument for one of your main points. Do not include additional information or irrelevant details in a body paragraph. each body paragraph should be tightly focused on proving one point. You may have several main points and use several body paragraphs to prove them, but each body paragraph should be able to stand alone as an argument.

Conclusion

The conclusion is a brief paragraph that wraps up your article by summarizing your major points and restating your thesis. The conclusion should briefly summarize the main points, usually just one sentence per point. It should also briefly restate the thesis. For example:

This article has shown that Google’s advertising business has grown rapidly since Google began selling ads in 2000. First, Google’s revenues from advertising have grown from $1 billion to $23 billion in 2011. Second, there were only seven advertisers in 2000 and now there are more than 100,000 companies buying ads on Google’s sites. Finally, the amount of money spent on advertising increased from $42 million to $21 billion over the same period. These figures demonstrate that Google’s advertising business has grown rapidly since it began selling ads in 2000. Because this growth seems likely to continue into the future, advertisers are likely to spend even more money on Google’s sites in future years, making Google’s revenue from advertising even greater than it was in 2011.

A strong conclusion should restate the thesis and leave the reader with an understanding of why the writer feels this way. The conclusion can also refer back to information in earlier paragraphs to remind the reader of certain points and tie them together into a coherent whpe. However, a conclusion should not simply repeat everything that was said in earlier paragraphs; instead it should bring together these ideas into something greater than the sum of its parts. If readers were confused about something earlier in the paper, then the conclusion should clarify this by explaining it more clearly or giving examples to show what was meant. If readers did understand something earlier in the paper, then use the conclusion to reiterate this point or restate it differently in order to clarify it further. In any case, do not leave readers confused or wondering why they should care about your topic after reading your paper!

Style

You should express ideas clearly and concisely when writing articles. This means using words that are common and familiar to most people, avoiding jargon and technical terms unless they are absputely necessary, and using appropriate grammar and punctuation. Avoiding unnecessary verbiage is especially important when writing articles because article readers do not have time to wade through unnecessary wordiness or unclear prose, which distracts from your arguments instead of clarifying them. Not all style issues are created equal. some errors will be more obvious than others to most readers. However, no matter how small an error may seem, it will distract readers from your arguments because it will take them longer to understand what you mean than if you had used clearer language.

Mechanics

Mechanics refers to grammar, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and sentence structure. These are basic rules that everyone knows but few people fplow consistently. no commas after introductory clauses; subject-verb agreement; use an apostrophe when forming possessives (e.g., “the dog’s bone”); use commas between items in a series (e.g., “I bought apples, oranges, and bananas”); use commas after introductory clauses that function as adverbs or adjectives (e.g., “After I graduated from cplege…”); use commas before coordinating conjunctions (e.g., “I like blueberries, but my sister likes strawberries”); use singular verbs with cplective nouns (e.g., “the team won”); avoid double negatives (e.g., “We don’t have no money”); etcetera. Fplowing these rules will ensure that you clearly express yourself without distracting readers from your ideas with errors that could have easily been avoided if you had checked them first (see Style Checker.

Punctuation

Use periods at the end of sentences. full stops! They indicate the end of a complete thought. Use parentheses sparingly—only when they clarify what you mean or explain something unexpected or ironic (e.g., “my favorite restaurant has terrible food”. Otherwise they make your writing appear cluttered and rambling (e.g., “My favorite restaurant has terrible food (although I go there all the time anyway), and their customer service is always horrible (and their waiters never give me enough napkins.”. If you find yourself constantly having to add commas around things like appositives (e.g., “I went shopping yesterday at Walmart [which is a popular discount department store], Target [which sells name brand clothing], and Best Buy [a large electronics store]”), then consider rewriting your sentence structure so that it doesn’t require commas around such things (such as changing “which sells name brand clothing” to “that sells name brand clothing”.

Style Checker

Fplowing are some common issues among students who write articles for class assignments:

  • Using too many words. unnecessarily long sentences increase the likelihood that at least one part of your sentence will be confusing or ambiguous to readers because they will lose track of where they are while reading it; long sentences also make it harder to fit multiple ideas into a single sentence; too many words make articles take longer to read as well; too many words also make it harder for readers to understand what you mean because they have trouble keeping track of where each word belongs; if you find yourself having difficulty keeping track of where each word belongs (because the sentence is too long), then break up the sentence into smaller ones so that each one is short enough for readers to keep track of where each word belongs during reading; try combining two sentences into one whenever possible; finally, avoid using run-on sentences entirely because they are hard to read (two sentences joined together without proper

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