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.
Use GitHub CLI to strengthen the connection between GitHub and your local machine.
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!