→Step 1: Create a new GitHub Repo
===Step 1: Create a new GitHub Repo===
# Create a new GitHub repo ([https://help.github.com/en/articles/create-a-repo instructions here])
. Name it something like '''my-note''', '''micro-note''', '''whiteboard''' or something else that makes sense to you , and add a '''Description''': '''"A web based note app"'''. Set your repo to be '''Public''' , and initialize it with a '''README.md''' and '''License'''. For your License, choose '''BSD 2-Clause "Simplified License"''' (see [https://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-2-Clause BSD 2-Clause]).
# Your new repo will have a URL that combines your GitHub username and chosen repo name: https://github.com/username/repo-name. Understanding this URL scheme is important when you're trying to make sense of which version of a repo (i.e., which fork) you're reading.