An overview of GitHub's products and pricing plans.
About GitHub Advanced Security→
GitHub makes extra security features available to customers under an Advanced Security license. These features are also enabled for public repositories on GitHub.com.
Exploring early access releases with feature preview→
You can use feature preview to see products or features that are available in beta and to enable or disable each feature for your user account.
Types of GitHub accounts→
Your user account is your identity on GitHub. Your user account can be a member of any number of organizations. Organizations can belong to enterprise accounts.
FAQ about changes to GitHub’s plans→
As of April 14, 2020, GitHub announced that all of the core GitHub features are now free for everyone.
The GitHub CLI is a command-line tool for using GitHub features on your computer.
GitHub Desktop extends and simplifies your Git and GitHub workflow using a visual interface.
GitHub for mobile→
Triage, collaborate, and manage your work on GitHub from your mobile device.
Access permissions on GitHub→
While you can grant read/write access to collaborators on a personal repository, members of an organization can have more granular access permissions for the organization's repositories.
Below are a list of some Git and GitHub specific terms we use across our sites and documentation.
Git and GitHub learning resources→
There are a lot of helpful Git and GitHub resources on the web. This is a short list of our favorites!