by Sai gowtham

How to fetch all remote branches in Git

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to fetch all remote branches to a Git with the help of examples.

When we clone a git repository that containing many branches from the GitHub, and try to check remaining branches using git branch command it only returns one branch.

git branch
*master

Fetching all remote branches in Git

To fetch the all branches to a remote, we can use the git fetch command followed by the --all flag in Git.

Here is an example:

git fetch --all

Note: The git fetch command doesn’t create local branches that track remote branches.

To update the local branches that track remote branches, we can use the git pull command followed by the --all flag.

Here is an example:

git pull --all

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