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Настройка параметров GitHub Copilot на сайте GitHub.com

You can change your personal settings on GitHub.com to configure GitHub Copilot's behavior. This affects how GitHub Copilot functions in any supported IDE you use.

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People with individual GitHub Copilot subscriptions can configure their settings on GitHub.com.

GitHub Copilot can be managed through personal accounts with GitHub Copilot Individual or through organization accounts with GitHub Copilot Business.

GitHub Copilot is free to use for verified students, teachers, and maintainers of popular open source projects. If you are not a student, teacher, or maintainer of a popular open source project, you can try GitHub Copilot for free with a one-time 30-day trial. After the free trial, you will need a paid subscription for continued use. For more information, see "About billing for GitHub Copilot."

About GitHub Copilot settings on GitHub.com

In addition to the configuration for the GitHub Copilot plugin in your supported IDE, you can configure settings for GitHub Copilot on GitHub.com. The settings apply wherever you use GitHub Copilot.

Configuring GitHub Copilot settings on GitHub.com

Before you can start using GitHub Copilot, you will need to set up a free trial or subscription. For more information about setting up a trial or subscription for your personal account, see "Managing your GitHub Copilot Individual subscription." For more information about setting up a subscription for your organization or enterprise, see "Managing your GitHub Copilot Business subscription" or, in the GitHub Enterprise Cloud documentation, "Managing your GitHub Copilot Enterprise subscription."

Once you have an active GitHub Copilot Individual trial or subscription, you can adjust GitHub Copilot settings for your personal account on GitHub in the GitHub Copilot settings. The settings apply anywhere that you use GitHub Copilot. You can configure the suggestions that GitHub Copilot offers and how GitHub uses your telemetry data.

Enabling or disabling duplication detection

Note: If you are a member of an organization on GitHub Enterprise Cloud who has been assigned a GitHub Copilot seat through your organization, you will not be able to configure duplication detection in your personal account settings. Your duplication detection setting will be inherited from your organization or enterprise.

Your personal settings for GitHub Copilot include an option to either allow or block code completion suggestions that match publicly available code. If you choose to block suggestions matching public code, GitHub Copilot checks code completion suggestions with their surrounding code of about 150 characters against public code on GitHub. If there is a match, or a near match, the suggestion is not shown to you.

If you choose to allow suggestions matching public code, and you accept a suggestion for which one or more matches were found, you can click through from an entry in the GitHub Copilot log to view a list of references on GitHub. For more information, see "Finding public code that matches GitHub Copilot suggestions."

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Settings.

    Screenshot of a user's account menu on GitHub. The menu item "Settings" is outlined in dark orange.

  2. In the left sidebar, click GitHub Copilot.

  3. Under Suggestions matching public code, select the dropdown menu, then click Allow to allow suggestions matching public code, or Block to block suggestions matching public code.

  4. To confirm your new settings, click Save.

Enabling or disabling prompt and suggestion collection

Note: Copilot Business and Copilot Enterprise do not retain any Prompts or Suggestions.

You can choose whether your prompts and suggestions are collected and retained by GitHub and further processed and shared with Microsoft and by adjusting your user settings. For more information about data that GitHub Copilot may collect depending on your settings, see "GitHub Terms for Additional Products and Features" and the GitHub Copilot privacy FAQ.

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Settings.

    Screenshot of a user's account menu on GitHub. The menu item "Settings" is outlined in dark orange.

  2. In the left sidebar, click GitHub Copilot.

  3. To allow or prevent GitHub using your data, select or deselect Allow GitHub to use my code snippets for product improvements.

  4. To confirm your new settings, click Save.

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