In any tool used and even dominated everyday, either in software development or any other area, you will always present a set of options, commands or characteristics that are extremely useful, but need to be consulted with quick tips. Sometimes its use is required, Git is no exception.

This section is constantly updated, with quick tips on the use of GIT version control software, demonstrating, and remembering, less frequently used commands compared to Commit or Push, and always need a query in the manual or tutorial.

If you work with different users in personal and work projects, it is interesting to set up your username and email at GIT locally, by project, so that your commits are correctly tracked on Github, Gitlab and Bitbucket.

By default the /<users>/.gitconfig file is used to store your global user and email settings...