How to follow a Github project (without getting A BUNCH of notifications)

I'm sure there are projects you'd like to be up-to-date with. Nowadays, there's a really easy way to do that, even if the devs don't ha...

Cristian Tabacitu
Cristian Tabacitu
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I'm sure there are projects you'd like to be up-to-date with. Nowadays, there's a really easy way to do that, even if the devs don't have social media, or a newsletter, or anything like that. You can "watch releases" on Github, and that will send a Github notification every time they publish a new version. For most projects, that'll be all you need - a small notification that you can either easily dismiss, or click if you like what it says.

Without further ado, here's how to do it: How to Subscribe to releases for a Github project

Hope it helps!

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