Status badges

Status badges are most commonly used on the project overview in GitHub. They describe the status of the latest execution and are usually embedded as an image into readme.md files and websites.‌

Pipeline badges

Pipeline badges are used to describe the execution status of a particular pipeline. They can be found in the right menu on the pipeline overview: Executions tab

Clicking the option will open a box with pipeline-specific URL's that you can copy and embed on your site: Adding a badge

Branch badges

Branch badges are used to describe the execution status of all pipelines assigned to a specific branch. This is particularly useful if you are running multiple tests or deployments of the same revision. To access this type of badges, go to the 'Code' tab of your project and click 'Browse repository' at the bottom: Code tab

Now, switch to the 'Branches' tab and click 'Badges' in the right menu: Branches page

The option will bring up a box where you can select the branch that you want to follow: Selecting a badge

Spread Love with Buddy Automation Badges

If you'd like to help us spread the word about Buddy, feel free to add our Automation Badges to your repository that will let other developers know about your favorite deployment tool. The badges come in three flavors and all look awesome embedded in a website: Automation badges

White

White Buddy badge

[<figure><img src="https://buddy.works" /><figcaption>Automated by Buddy](https://assets.buddy.works/automated-white.svg)</figcaption></figure>

Dark

Dark Buddy badge

[<figure><img src="https://buddy.works" /><figcaption>Automated by Buddy](https://assets.buddy.works/automated-dark.svg)</figcaption></figure>

Blue

Blue Buddy badge

[<figure><img src="https://buddy.works" /><figcaption>Automated by Buddy](https://assets.buddy.works/automated-blue.svg)</figcaption></figure>