Have you ever worked in a repository with a lot of history? Perhaps you've had to track down related issues and pull requests in the past, or you've had to find who committed a particular change. If you've ever found yourself in any of these situations, you'll know how important it is to navigate your workspace.
Before you take this course, you may want to go through the Introduction to GitHub course on Learning Lab.
In this course, you'll learn how to do lots of things, like:
This course has a dedicated message board on the GitHub Community website. If you want to discuss this course with GitHub Trainers or other participants create a post over there. The message board can also be used to troubleshoot any issue you encounter while taking this course.
Find and close the duplicate cross-linked issue
Find the relevant or duplicate issue or pull request, and create a crosslink
Find the commit associated with the creation of the sidebar file
Create a link to the pull request where the commit was created
Assign yourself to the pull request with a broken build
Fix the broken build in the pull request with a new commit
Merge the final pull request
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