Getting Started with Git

Aug 14 2023 · git 2.28, console

Part 1: Getting Started with Git

03. Clone a Repository

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Now that you’ve seen how to create a repository, in this video, you’ll see how to clone a repository. First things first, if you don’t have an account for GitHub, you can go to to set up an account. Enter your email, a password, and a username. Once that’s done, check your email for your verification code, and that’s it. These options are just customizations for your experience using GitHub. Now you have a GitHub account. In order to interact with GitHub, you’ll need an SSH key.