GitHub offers different plans for storing and collaborating on code. The plan you use determines which features are available to you. For more information, see "GitHub’s plans."
This website, GitHub Docs, provides documentation for all of GitHub's plans. If the content you're reading applies to more than one plan, you can choose the version of the documentation that's relevant to you by selecting the plan you're currently using.
At the top of a page on GitHub Docs, select the dropdown menu and click a plan. If your browser window is not wide enough to display the full navigation bar, you may need to click first.
Note: You can try changing the version now. You're viewing the Free, Pro, & Team version of this article.
You can determine which GitHub plan you're currently using by reviewing the URL in the address bar of your browser and the heading for the GitHub website you're on.
You may use more than one GitHub plan. For example, you might contribute to open source on GitHub.com and collaborate on code on your employer's GitHub Enterprise Server instance. You may need to view different versions of the same article at different times, depending on the problem you're currently trying to solve.
If you access GitHub at https://github.com, you're either using the features of a Free, Pro, or Team plan, or you're using GitHub Enterprise Cloud.
In a wide browser window, there is no text that immediately follows the GitHub logo on the left side of the header.
On GitHub.com, each account has its own plan. Each personal account has an associated plan that provides access to certain features, and each organization has a different associated plan. If your personal account is a member of an organization on GitHub.com, you may have access to different features when you use resources owned by that organization than when you use resources owned by your personal account. For more information, see "Types of GitHub accounts."
If you don't know whether an organization uses GitHub Enterprise Cloud, ask an organization owner. For more information, see "Viewing people's roles in an organization."
If you access GitHub at a URL other than https://github.com,
https://*.ghe.com, you're using GitHub Enterprise Server. For example, you may access GitHub Enterprise Server at
https://github.YOUR-COMPANY-NAME.com. Your administrators may choose a URL that doesn't include the word "GitHub."
In a wide browser window, the word "Enterprise" immediately follows the GitHub logo on the left side of the header.
You can view the version of GitHub Enterprise Server that you're using in the footer of any page.
If you access GitHub at
https://*.github.us, you're using GitHub AE.
In a wide browser window, the words "GitHub AE" immediately follow the GitHub logo in the header.