GitHub Desktop 3.0 brings better integration with your GitHub Pull Requests. You can now receive real time notifications and review the status of your check runs for your pull request.
The latest version of GitHub Desktop allows you to squash commits, squash and merge, reorder, amend your last commit, check out a branch from a previous commit, and more.
GitHub Desktop 2.8 now includes several new features to make it easier to work with diffs and easier for people who have multiple copies of the same repository. Expand diffs…
The latest GitHub Desktop release includes the most requested feature of the past six months: tags! Create, push, and view tags directly from GitHub Desktop.
GitHub Desktop 2.4 gets you set up to work behind a proxy without having to configure anything manually, allows you to easily create an issue, and brings dark theme out of beta.
GitHub Desktop brings two features that avoid permission failures: rerouting when pushing to a cloned repository and rerouting when pushing to a protected branch.
GitHub Desktop 2.2 now features an interactive tutorial to help introduce new users to Git and GitHub.
Resolve merge conflicts more easily, co-author commits to share credit with others, check out your GitHub pull requests, and more with the release of GitHub Desktop 2.0.