Developers can add their code to Git and GitHub with a single click by creating a new GitHub repository, which is private by default. In addition, users can choose to create a local only git repository or add their code to an existing remote repository on GitHub and Azure DevOps.
Developers can now access their favorite Git features using the new top level Git menu, accessible through the Alt+G keyboard shortcut. Users can also easily switch between their local git repositories using the Local Repositories submenu.
The new Git experience comes with a rich Repository window that makes it easy to visualize and manage your repository. The Repository window is accessible through the Git menu, the View menu, the status bar, and the outgoing / incoming link on the Git Changes window.