New Feature: Download GitHub repository as ZIP Archive from a Backup

by Daniel Heitz | Last updated on July 12, 2022

In addition to “Download Metadata” which let’s you download all metadata of your GitHub repository backup like GitHub issues, milestones and more, you can now also download the GitHub repository of a GitHub repository backup as a ZIP archive.

The archive contains a checkout of all files from the head of your default branch in your GitHub repository. It’s much like the “Download ZIP” Button you know from GitHub.

This is especially handy if you want to quickly have a look into your files without having to restore the whole repository back to GitHub.


The next milestone for downloading GitHub repository backups is to let you clone the complete GitHub repository so you can access your repository at any time without having to restore it back to GitHub. We will keep you updated on when this gets implemented. 

We value customer feedback and are always looking to implement changes and develop features to make our customers’ lives easier. As always, if you have any feedback, please get in touch anytime. 


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