The git remote command lets you create, view and delete the connections to other repos. Remote connections are more like a bookmark rather than a direct link to repos.
#List the remote connections you have to other repositories. git remote #Same as the above command, but include the URL of each connection. git remote -v #Create a new connection to a remote repository. After adding a remote, you’ll be able to use as a convenient shortcut for git remote add #Remove the connection to the remote repository called . git remote rm #Rename a remote connection from to . git remote rename