Instead of setting up individual protections for many branches in your repository, save time by automatically enforcing protected branch settings for some or all of your branches. Learn more about protected branches on GitHub
The public events API is now delayed by five minutes. As a result, when you query the API, the most recent event returned will have occurred at least five minutes ago. The API is otherwise
If you are using a known-compromised password found in the HaveIBeenPwned.com database, you will be prompted to change your password after login or any other time you provide GitHub your password. Additionally, you will not
Previously, if you wanted to use GitHub to remove files from a pull request, you’d need to switch to the pull request branch and look for the individual file to delete it. Now, if you
The + and – diff markers are no longer copied to your clipboard when you copy the contents of a diff.
All search pages are now responsive on mobile devices. This means you can search across code, topics, Marketplace, and wikis when navigating GitHub.com on any of your devices.
Migration archives created using the user migration API now contain the bio, avatar, and public email address for all users referenced in archived repositories. They also contain the private email addresses and billing plan information
The release of GitHub Desktop 1.3 includes two noticeable improvements: You’ll now be notified when your branch diverges from the master branch with an easy option to merge. You’ll also be able to see which
When following a permalink to a specific comment in an issue or pull request, the comment is now highlighted so that you can easily find it among other comments in the thread. For more information
You can now opt-in to a public beta version of your user dashboard which includes an updated layout. The new layout lets you access your teams and repositories, keep up with recent activity, and discover