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Uso de GitHub Copilot Chat en GitHub Móvil

Puedes usar GitHub Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile para responder preguntas generales sobre el desarrollo de software.

Overview

GitHub Copilot Chat is a chat interface that lets you ask and receive answers to coding-related questions in GitHub Mobile. You can also use GitHub Copilot Chat within a supported IDE. For information on using GitHub Copilot Chat in an IDE, see "Using GitHub Copilot Chat in your IDE."

Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile can help you with a variety of coding-related tasks, like offering you code suggestions, providing natural language descriptions of a piece of code's functionality and purpose, generating unit tests for your code, and proposing fixes for bugs in your code. For more information, see "About GitHub Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile."

Limitations

The following limitation applies to Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile:

  • The quality of the results from Copilot Chat may, in some situations, be degraded if very large files, or a large number of files, are used as a context for a question.

Prerequisites

To use Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile you will need the following.

  • Subscription to GitHub Copilot: You must have an active GitHub Copilot subscription. For more information, see "About billing for GitHub Copilot."

    If you do not have a GitHub Copilot subscription, you can purchase a Copilot Individual subscription directly in the iOS version of GitHub Mobile, or in the Google Play Store for the Android version of GitHub Mobile.

  • Access to Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile: If you are part of an organization with a GitHub Copilot Business subscription, the organization owner will need to grant you access to Copilot in the CLI. For more information, see "Enabling GitHub Copilot Chat for GitHub Mobile."

  • Enable Copilot features for your device: Copilot needs to be enabled from within GitHub Mobile. For more information, see "Using GitHub Copilot code suggestions in your editor."

Asking a general question about software development

You can ask a general question about software development.

  1. In GitHub Mobile, tap the GitHub Copilot icon in the bottom right corner of the screen.

    Note

    The GitHub Copilot icon is not shown on every page in GitHub Mobile. If you don't see the icon, navigate to a different page in GitHub Mobile and look for the icon there.

  2. If the page displays a previous conversation you had with Copilot, tap in the top right corner of the screen, and then tap New conversation .

  3. At the bottom of the page, in the "Ask Copilot" box, type a question and send the message.

    Some examples of general questions you could ask are:

    • What are the advantages of the Go programming language?
    • What is Agile software development?
    • What is the most popular JavaScript framework?
    • Give me some examples of regular expressions.
    • Write a bash script to output today's date.
  4. Within a conversation thread, you can ask follow-up questions. Copilot will answer within the context of the conversation. For example, you could type "tell me more" to get Copilot to expand on its last comment.

    You can use your initial question as a foundation for follow-up questions. A detailed foundational prompt can help Copilot provide more relevant answers to your follow-up questions. For more information, see "Prompting GitHub Copilot Chat to become your personal AI assistant for accessibility" on the GitHub Blog.

  5. To jump back into a previous conversation you had with Copilot, tap in the top right corner of the screen. Either tap on one of the last three recently modified conversations shown, or tap View all conversations . This takes you to a list of all your previous conversations with Copilot.

  6. To delete a conversation, tap in the top right corner of the screen, and then tap Delete conversation . This removes the conversation from the list of previous conversations you've had with Copilot.

  7. To start over, with a new conversation, tap in the top right corner of the screen, and then tap New conversation .

    You should always start a new conversation if you want to ask a question that's unrelated to the current conversation.

Sharing feedback about GitHub Copilot Chat in GitHub Mobile

To give feedback about a particular Copilot Chat response:

  1. Tap the ellipsis (...) in the top right corner above the chat response you want to provide feedback on, and tap either Like Copilot response or Dislike Copilot response ,
  2. Optionally, provide information about why you liked or disliked the response.
  3. Tap Submit.