Yes, it’s possible to have BackHub create automatic backups for new repositories in your GitHub account.
BackHub creates backups of all repositories it gets access to. A backup for new repositories is automatically created when you set access to “All repositories”. This action applies to all current and future repositories.
If you have set access to “Only select repositories” you need to manually add the repository name to create a backup for it.
To add a repository for backup creation, or change the overall setting, open the user menu on the top right of the BackHub UI and choose “configure access” or “manage settings” for your BackHub installations directly from your GitHub account.