Merge members within the activities feed
Right now, i scroll through the activities feed to track high-value activities and open source activity. Manytimes, I'll find someones github + know the other profiles they're connected to — however, its cumbersome to have to open up an entire other workflow to merge them. Would love to be able to merge right from the actitivies view or add tags.
Ability to add tags to an Organization profile
Ability to add tags to Orgs profiles would enable tagging of companies that are partners so we can do partner specific analysis.
Granular config for GitHub integration
It would be lovely to have the ability to configure the GitHub integration to do stuff like, say, only count stars on a main repo instead of stars on every single repo in the org,
Orbit does a good job tracking engagement, but does not track disengagement events such as GitHub unstars, Twitter unfollows and leaving Slack or Discord servers. Tracking disengagement activities can help community leaders better understand if the members disengaging were a bad fit or if they need to course correct.
Track GitHub closed issues in addition to opened issues
We would like to also track the number of issues that were closed within X time range, in addition to the number of issues opened.
Filter members based on GitHub programming language or topics
When members have a GitHub identity some extra data is pulled in: 'Languages' and 'Topics', it would be great if we can filter members based on that data.
A filter for the organization view would be very useful. Use cases include: tracking competitors and partners, seeing which organizations commit to your GH codebases or interact on your community platforms.
Ability to show comparison % on custom dashboards
It would be great to show comparison data based on previous period on custom dashboards, similar to what shows up in the pulse report.
Member's organization is frequently outdated
The organization orbit shows for many of our members is oudated: Often it is an old employer, but the person moved to a new role/employer years ago (in one extreme case the data is 7 years outdated!). This makes organization data almost useless for us, please look into a way to make this more accurate!