First you’ll need to create an account and authorize GitHub with Squire:

Once you’re installed you can configure Squire to meet your needs, here’s how. Otherwise we’ll use our defaults.

If you want to add Squire to more repositories, here’s how. You’ll need to have an administrator of your GitHub organization add Squire to other repositories due to GitHub’s permissions.

You’re now ready to start using Squire, here’s our core features today:


Squire supports you in many ways, including: