What is ZenHub?
ZenHub is browser extension that adds robust project management features directly into GitHub's UI, making centralized collaboration on GitHub faster, more visual, and less cluttered. With ZenHub installed, your team stays lean and agile: you can plan sprints, create epics, and visualize your workflow without leaving GitHub.
Is ZenHub available on browsers other than Chrome?
How do I know that ZenHub is installed?
You'll see a blue and whitebutton added to the right of your address bar. Click this button to open the Notification Center displaying your team's recent activity. The Notification Center allows you to sign in and out, seek help, visit the Dashboard, and more.
If I use Chrome and Firefox, do I have to download ZenHub twice?
Yes, you'll need to add ZenHub to both browsers. Simply visit ZenHub.com, click Add the extension, then sign in with your GitHub credentials.
How do I know if I have the latest version?
Chrome and Firefox will automatically update your extension, but this is not instantaneous. To manually update in Firefox, visit about:addons in your browser, then click the gear icon. To manually update your extension in Chrome, go to
chrome://extensions in your browser, check the box beside Developer Mode, then click Update.
What happens if I am on a computer without ZenHub installed?
You will always be able to access GitHub in its original form and your information will be saved safely. ZenHub features will not be displayed until you install the browser extension.
How can I report a bug, get help, or give feedback?
How can I add a ZenHub badge to my GitHub repo?
To let your repo's users know you are powered by ZenHub, add the following snippet to your repo's README.md file:
<a href="https://zenhub.com"><img src="//dxssrr2j0sq4w.cloudfront.net/3.2.0/img/external/zenhub-badge.png" alt="ZenHub logo"></a>