Pushing Workflows to GitHub

Problem description:
When I push from Replit to Github, if there is a new GitHub Workflow (a YAML file in a .github folder) it fails because Replit does not have permission to create new Workflows. Replit should request permission to create / modify Workflows.

Here is the error:
! [remote rejected] master → master (refusing to allow a GitHub App to create or update workflow .github/workflows/auto-minify.yml without workflows permission)
error: failed to push some refs to ‘GitHub - CallumCM/CallumCM.github.io

Callum,

I’ll be happy to put this in as a feature request on your behalf. In the mean time, are you able to grant Replit permission from the Github side?

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I can’t find where to grant Replit permission in Github, don’t know but it isn’t have workflows edit permission

@AdamElchert3 So sorry I did not see your response, unfortunately I am also unable to manually edit the permissions of the Replit app on the GitHub side—at least as far as I’ve found. Thanks!

+1 to this one. Getting the same error when trying to add a GitHub action to my repository from Replit. I don’t see where/how I can grant the Replit app permission to manage workflows in GitHub.