How to add a GitHub Lock Screen widget on iPhone?

Have you ever wanted to stay up-to-date with your GitHub pull requests on your iPhone lock screen? Well, now you can thanks to the GitHub Lock Screen widget. In this article, we'll show you how to add this widget to your iPhone and how to make the most out of it.

To add the GitHub Lock Screen widget to your iPhone, you can either do it directly from your lock screen or from the settings app. Start by swiping right on the lock screen and scrolling down until you see the "Edit" button. Tap it and then tap the "+" button to add a new widget. From there, search for the GitHub widget and tap on it. You'll then see how many reviews are requested and an overview of Locked Green widgets.

If you prefer to add the widget from the settings app, navigate to "Settings", "Home Screen & Dock", and then "Add Widget". Search for the GitHub widget and add it.

Once you've added the widget, you can tap on it to see an overview of your pull requests on GitHub. You can see the number of created, assigned, mentioned, or view requested pull requests. If you tap on any of these options, you'll be taken to a more detailed view of the pull requests.

To make the most out of the GitHub Lock Screen widget, try dragging it to the top of your widget list for easy access. Additionally, consider downloading the GitHub iOS app for more advanced features, like code reviews and approving pull requests on-the-go.

In conclusion, the GitHub Lock Screen widget is a convenient way to stay informed about your GitHub pull requests directly from your iPhone lock screen. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can add the widget to your iPhone and take advantage of its features. Happy coding!

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