In this guide we’ll walk you through the steps of how to cancel your GitHub subscription.
GitHub is a platform that allows you to host the code of applications and developer tools. Its main feature is collaboration, providing more versatility and functionality.
As a user, you can download the applications, enter the profile created to get information and collaborate with the development since most projects are open-source, although you can create private projects.
Open-source projects are hosted for free through repositories, though the paid version allows you to host projects privately.
You can access several free and paid products from GitHub:
Before canceling your account with GitHub, you need to validate your own repositories. To do this, browse github.com/watching. Then make the backups you need of the projects you have active because once an account is deleted, you will not be able to establish the content.
It is crucial to take into consideration not having outstanding invoices. Remember that billing on GitHub can be monthly or yearly, you can upgrade or downgrade your subscription, and you have the option to manage the billing for your GitHub account.
When you close your GitHub account, you delete all repositories associated with it and forks of private repositories, proposals, wikis, pull requests, and organization project pages.
Likewise, billing will end, and after 90 days, the organization’s name will be available for a new user or organization to use.
Go to https://github.com and log in.
Once logged into your account, click on the profile image at the top right of the page, and select the Settings option from the drop-down menu.
On the left side of the menu panel, click on the Account option.
Scroll down to the bottom and click the Delete Account button on the Account page.
Check the account deletion confirmation pop-up message. Now enter your username, and type the word “Delete” in the empty field. Then click on the “Cancel plan” and “Delete this account” buttons.
If you’re still having trouble canceling your subscription, you can contact GitHub via:
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