You can create a branch locally as long as you have a cloned version of the repo, but first, from your terminal window, list the branches on your repository. To do so, run the command below:
$ git branch * master
This output indicates there is a single branch,
Create a new feature branch in the repository.
$ git branch <feature_branch>
Switch to the feature branch to work on it.
$ git checkout <feature_branch>
You can list the branches again with the
git branch command.
Commit the change to the feature branch:
$ git add . $ git commit -m "adding a change from the feature branch"
Switch back to the
$ git checkout master
Push the feature branch to repository.
git push origin <feature_branch>
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