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Terms of Service for Deploying with GitHub I have one question.

I have a private GitHub repository owned by an organization.
I’m using a private GitHub repository owned by an organization with a personal account that is invited by that organization.

For example, is it safe under the terms of service to deploy the organization’s private GitHub repository to Netrify from my personal account?
If I want to deploy a private GitHub repository owned by my organization, I need to change my plan to Pro.

When I used Netlify to create a site, it seemed that I could select a private GitHub repository owned by the organization I was using from my personal account that was invited to the organization, so I asked for confirmation.

Thank you very much for your answer.

Hi @Patiencer and thanks for your question!

Yes, at present, you will need a Pro team to use a private repo that is owned by an organization with your account. You can use the free plan for public repos, or private repos owned by an individual rather than an organization.

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Thanks for the answer.

I will change my Github account to Pro Team to use the organization repository I belong to.