GitHub recently released a feature that allows users to create a profile-level README to display prominently on their GitHub profile.
To use this feature you just need to create a new repository that has the same name as your GitHub account. Mine is located at https://github.com/mayankchaudhary26/mayankchaudhary26
This repository needs to be public and initialized with a README:
Then you have to click on edit and just type everything you want to show-up . Like here, I have written my short bio-type intro and along with that you can upload images , gifs and badges to your other social media accounts. Make your commit, push, and you’re good to go 🚀
By adding all these things , my profile looks like this:
To make it look more fascinating , you can add social media badges.
This is my layout:
Here's some cool collection for your github profile - https://github.com/mayankchaudhary26/Readme-items
Top comments (2)
Am I the only one who wants a simple github profile readme? Just plain text with links to whatever. It looks more professional I think lol
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