Skip to main content
Update to the latest version of GitHub Desktop before February 2 to avoid disruptions. For more information, see the GitHub blog post.

Keeping your local repository in sync with GitHub

You can keep your local repository in sync with your remote repository as you make changes to either one. In Git, a remote is the server where your code is stored. In your case, that server is a repository on GitHub or GitHub Enterprise.

  • Syncing your branch

    As commits are pushed to your project on GitHub, you can keep your local copy of the project in sync by pulling from the remote repository.