Simply ‘git checkout’ to ‘git co’
git config --global alias.co checkout
This one is an evolving personal preference. Whether to have ‘git st’ be ‘git status’ or ‘git status -uno’. I figured I’d leave ‘git status’ to show all files whether they already in the project or not’. ‘git status -uno’ only shows the status of files that already exist in the project.
git config --global alias.st 'status -uno'
For git repo cloned via https, I hate typing in the password all the time. Luckily git can store the credentials.
git config credential.helper store
Checkout and branch
git co -b NEWBRANCH