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Over the past couple of days, you may have noticed a new piece of UI, GitHub broadcasts:

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We’ll be using this feature to announce significant new feature additions and changes to GitHub. Once you’ve read the broadcast, click hide broadcast and it won’t show up until we post a new broadcast. If you missed broadcasts in between logging in, we’ll let you know how many you missed (view (2) new broadcasts) which you can always see at this link:

In case you’ve been living under a rock, here’s some of the new stuff we’ve launched at GitHub over the past couple of months:

Fun fact: we’ve launched over 1,200 commits and 130,000 line changes since December. (and that’s only to the main GitHub application!)

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