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You can already see all the repositories you’ve starred at github.com/stars, but today your Stars page just got a whole lot better.
Looking for a repository you starred? Search for it:
Sometimes you can’t remember the name of a repository, though, so we’ve added a language breakdown of your stars, too:
You can also filter your stars by what type of repository you’re looking for — public, private, and so on:
As with most pages on GitHub, the Stars page responds to a few keyboard shortcuts:
kto move up and down the list quickly.
enterto go to the selected repository.
cmd+enter(OS X) or
ctrl+enter(Windows, Linux) to open the selected repository in a new tab.
/to quickly focus the search field.
Go ahead; check out the new Stars page.