Get started / Quickstart /
This glossary introduces common Git and GitHub terminology.
To notify a person on GitHub by using @ before their username. Users in an organization
Repositories / Manage repository settings / Enable features /
You can disable or configure GitHub Actions for a specific repository.
About GitHub Actions permissions for your repository
By default, GitHub Actions
Code security / Supply chain security / End-to-end supply chain /
Guidance on how to protect the center of your supply chain—the code you write and the code you depend on.
About this guide
This guide describes the highest
Organizations / Manage repository access / Manage repository roles /
You can manage a person's access to a repository owned by your organization.
About access to organization repositories
When you remove a collaborator from
Organizations / Manage organization settings /
individual repositories. For more information, see "Enforcing repository management policies in your enterprise" and "Changing the default
Code security / Getting started /
You can use a number of GitHub features to help keep your repository secure.
This guide shows you how to configure security features for a
Repositories / Manage repository settings / Manage repository settings /
You can see everyone who has access to your repository and adjust permissions.
About access management for repositories
For each repository that you administer
GitHub Desktop / Add & clone repositories /
You can use GitHub Desktop to clone and fork repositories that exist on GitHub.
About local repositories
Repositories on GitHub are remote repositories
Code security / Dependabot / Dependabot alerts /
right of Dependabot alerts, select Automatically enable for new repositories.
Managing Dependabot alerts for your repository
You can manage Dependabot
Pull requests / Collaborate with pull requests / Working with forks /
"Managing the forking policy for your organization"
"Enforcing repository management policies in your enterprise"