The key tabs we’ll be using a lot within each team’s GitHub repository:
Code- shows the files in the repository.
Issues- shows a list of Issues. In our case, any Issue will represent any of a User Story, Task, or Spike.
Pull Requests- shows a list of pull requests, if any.
Projects- will contain all Scrum Task Boards for each Sprint that must be kept up to date.
Wiki- useful for storing schedules, team charts, any collaborative documents that do not need to be stored in the repository itself.
Watching- sends notifications when a pull request, commit, or issue closing event occurs.
Not watching- will be notified if you are a participant in a discussion or you are specifically mentioned.
Star- bookmarks the repository on your GitHub dashboard.
Fork- clones the repository into your own GitHub account.