How to see a list of all the repositories you are watching in GitHub and un-watch them

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In GitHub, there is the concept of watching repositories that you’re interested in.

When you watch a repository, you’re essentially signing up for notifications when certain events happen for the repo.

Updates, like pull requests, commits, tags, and more, will then be sent to you via your…

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Tremaine Eto

Full-time software engineer since 2016. UCLA Computer Science B.S. with Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences minor. Follow me for software engineering tips!

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