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Use the GitHub CLI to help reduce context switching

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Recording of a creating a pull request with the GitHub CLI

I’ve only just started properly using the GitHub CLI, but I already love it. If the projects you work on are stored on GitHub, it’s the perfect way to stay in your terminal and avoid all the context switching that happens when you leave your terminal and start using the GitHub website.

You can install, configure and open a pull request with the GitHub CLI in just 4 steps. I’ve created a little "how to" guide to help get you started…

👉 Learn ‘How to create a pull request with the GitHub CLI

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