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GitBook and GitHub Discussion Forum Tutorial

GitBook Tutorial

Step 1: Logging into GitBook

  • Access the GitBook platform and sign in to your account using your credentials.

Step 2: Accessing the GitBook Repository and Editor

  • Locate the "CRVS - V1.0" repository and click on it.

  • Look for the "Edit" button and click on it to access the GitBook editor.

Step 3: Editing Text

  • Find the specific chapter or section you want to edit.

Step 4: Adding Comments

  • If you have commentor rights, follow the login process mentioned above.

  • Once logged in, locate the desired section and click on the "Comment" button.

  • Click on Submit to submit your comment.

Step 5: Adding Headings

  • Position your cursor where the heading should appear.

  • Use the toolbar to find the "H1" or "H2" button.

  • Click on the appropriate button and enter the heading text.

Step 6: Adding Lists & Images

  • Place your cursor at the desired location for the list.

  • Click on the bulleted list button (•) in the toolbar.

  • Type to create list items and press "Enter" for a new item.

  • Select "Image" from the dropdown menu.

  • Upload the image file from your computer.

  • Adjust the image's properties in the right-hand side panel.

Step 8: Submitting the Changes for review

  • Click on the "Submit for Review" button to save your changes.

GitHub Discussion Forum

Step 1: Accessing GitHub

  • Open your web browser and navigate to the GitHub website (

Step 2: Logging In

  • Click on the "Sign in" button located at the top right corner of the GitHub homepage.

  • Enter your GitHub username or email address and your password.

  • Click on the "Sign in" button to log into your GitHub account.

Step 3: Accessing the Repository

  • Once logged in, you will be directed to your GitHub dashboard.

  • Navigate to the repository where the discussion forum is located.

  • Click on the repository name to access its main page.

Step 4: Navigating to Discussions

  • On the repository's main page, locate the "Discussions" tab.

  • Click on the "Discussions" tab to access the discussion forum.

Step 5: Viewing Discussions

  • You will now see a list of discussion threads within the forum.

  • Click on a thread to view its content and any associated comments.

Step 6: Participating in Discussions

  • To add a comment to an existing discussion thread, scroll down to the thread's content.

  • Type your comment in the "Leave a comment" text box.

  • Click the "Comment" button to post your comment.

Step 7: Editing and Deleting Comments

  • To edit one of your comments, locate the comment you want to edit.

  • Click on the three dots (...) next to the comment.

  • Select "Edit" from the dropdown menu and make the necessary changes.

  • Click "Save" to update the comment.

  • To delete a comment, click on the three dots (...) next to the comment.

  • Select "Delete" from the dropdown menu and confirm the deletion.

Step 8: Mentioning Users

  • To mention another user in a comment, type "@" followed by their GitHub username.

  • GitHub will provide auto-complete suggestions as you type.

  • The mentioned user will receive a notification about the mention.

Step 9: Adding Labels

  • To add labels to a discussion thread, click on the thread you want to label.

  • Locate the "Labels" section and click on the "Add a label" button.

  • Enter the label name or select an existing label from the dropdown menu.

  • Press "Enter" to add the label to the discussion thread.

Step 10: Searching on the Forum

  • To search for specific discussions or keywords within the forum, use the search bar located at the top of the Discussions page.

  • Enter your search query and press "Enter" or click on the search icon.

  • The search results will display relevant discussion threads based on your query.

That's the end of the comprehensive GitBook and GitHub tutorial!

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