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Account and profile / Profiles / Customizing your profile /

Managing your profile README

You can add a README to your GitHub profile to tell other people about yourself. About your profile README You can share information about yourself with

Repositories / Manage repository settings / Customize your repository /

About READMEs

You can add a README file to your repository to tell other people why your project is useful, what they can do with your project, and how they can use

REST API / Repositories /

REST API endpoints for repository contents

"base64", "size": 5362, "name": "README.md", "path": "README.md", "content": "IyBZb2dhIEJvmsg

Organizations / Collaborate with groups /

Customizing your organization's profile

profile page You can customize your organization's Overview page to show a README and pinned repositories dedicated to public users or members of the organization

Get started / Start your journey /

Setting up your profile

personalize your profile by adding a profile picture, bio, and a profile README. You'll also learn the basics of Markdown syntax, which is what you'll use

Get started / Start your journey /

Uploading a project to GitHub

"Public" if you want others to be able to see your project. Select Add a README file. You will edit this file in a later step. Click Create repository.

Get started / Writing on GitHub / Start writing on GitHub /

Quickstart for writing on GitHub

Learn advanced formatting features by creating a README for your GitHub profile. Introduction Markdown is an easy-to-read, easy-to-write language for formatting

GitHub Issues / Projects / Creating projects /

Creating a project

project. Updating your project description and README You can set your project's description and README to share the purpose of your project, provide instructions

Repositories / Create & manage repositories /

Best practices for repositories

effectively. Create a README file To make it easier for people to understand and navigate your work, we recommend that you create a README file for every repository

GitHub Issues / Projects / Learning about Projects /

Quickstart for Projects

Create project. Setting your project description and README You can set your project's description and README to share the purpose of your project, provide instructions