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Get the most out of GitHub with go links

Version control for code is essential. When you record and track changes, you can go back to previous versions at any time to review or restore them. GitHub helps developers store their progress and commit changes daily, or as often as they’d like. GitHub also allows multiple developers to work on the same repository and it saves the changes committed by individual collaborators.

An intro to GitHub links

GitHub is the most popular source control platform. Users each produce dozens of links in a day. There are GitHub links for individual projects, issues, tasks, versions, test cases, repositories, code files, pull requests, wiki files, project insights, and users. For a company with several active developers, it’s not hard to produce thousands of links to individual GitHub pages within a year’s time. The more GitHub links, the harder it is to find what you’re looking for.

An intro to GitHub links

GitHub is the most popular source control platform. Users each produce dozens of links in a day. There are GitHub links for individual projects, issues, tasks, versions, test cases, repositories, code files, pull requests, wiki files, project insights, and users.

For a company with several active developers, it’s not hard to produce thousands of links to individual GitHub pages within a year’s time. The more GitHub links, the harder it is to find what you’re looking for.

Why use golinks for GitHub

Golinks are short links that are easy to remember and work for everyone within a company. They can be set up to redirect to any GitHub link.

  • Easily navigate to repositories - After a company has been using GitHub for a few years, the number of repositories grows substantially. This can make it challenging to quickly navigate to what you’re currently working on. With golinks, you can set up short, intuitive links for current projects. For example go/api could redirect to an API that the engineering team is developing.
  • Collaborate smoothly with everyone on the team - With golinks for GitHub, you can more easily collaborate with non-developers who maybe don’t use GitHub as frequently. For example, you could create a batch of test cases and then assign them to a QA tester in Jira and point them to go/testing-cycle.
  • Quick access for project managers - The project manager of the feature or product can quickly navigate to the views in Github that they need. Go/insights can take them to the insights page of a repository where they can see what code has been changed and by who.
  • Matches GitHub access credentials - Golinks are simply redirects to your long GitHub links, so they don’t affect access or permissions.
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How companies use go links with GitHub

APP USAGE
26%
Last 30 Days
15%
TOTAL GOLINKS CREATED
7,790
Last 30 Days
198
TOTAL GOLINKS USED
1,069,854
Last 30 Days
56,736

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