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I have Authorized app (Bountysource) at /settings/applications on GitHub (by linking my account into GitHub).

Now I would like to have interactive integration with GitHub issues (so it'll automatically add the bounties into the footer), for example:

Want to back this issue? Post a bounty on it! We accept bounties via Bountysource.

There is a $10 open bounty on this issue. Add to the bounty at Bountysource.

as seen in here, here and here.

Any idea how to add that? Is it done by app or maybe some web-browser plugin? What I'm missing?

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This can be found in Home/Tools (GitHub Committer Tools) at /tools on Bountysource site.

From there you can choose the option to Modify issue titles and bodies as shown below:

Bountysource GitHub Committer Tools

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If you are having issues with permissions, you can use code like this in issue body instead:

<bountysource-plugin>
[![Bountysource][1]][2]
[1]:http://bountysource.com/badge/issue?issue_id=4807368
[2]:http://bountysource.com/issues/4807368-support-for-package-upgrade
</bountysource-plugin>
  • @DanDascalescu its always done that, and if you use the code they propose, you get duplicate buttons on the bountysource page – Steven Penny Aug 31 '16 at 22:43
  • where did my older comments go? It appears you're replying to me out of the blue. Did you flag them? Also, could you post a screenshot with the duplicate buttons from this bounty? Is one at the very top, and one in the actual comment that includes the badge? Aside from the <bountysource-plugin> line, they also have a different URL for the image, api.. – Dan Dascalescu Sep 1 '16 at 4:08
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If you're not a member of the project but want to offer a bounty, BountySource offers code, including Markdown, that you can manually post on the issue. To get the code, click on the badge:

It's not obvious that you can click on the badge to get the code

The Markdown is in the following format:

[![Bountysource](https://api.bountysource.com/badge/issue?issue_id=35788114)](https://www.bountysource.com/issues/35788114-retain-the-line-column-position-for-recent-files)

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