You can change several settings for your personal account, including changing your username and deleting your account.
You can change your GitHub username at any time.
If you have separate accounts for work and personal use, you can merge the accounts.
You can delete your GitHub user account at any time.
A repository owned by a user account has two permission levels: the repository owner and collaborators.
A project board owned by a user account has two permission levels: the project board owner and collaborators.
As a project board owner, you can add or remove a collaborator and customize their permissions to a project board.
When you change your GitHub username, most references to your repositories under the old username automatically change to the new username. However, some links to your profile won't automatically redirect. Commits made with your
firstname.lastname@example.org email address will no longer be associated with your account. Commits made using your
IDemail@example.com email address will continue to be associated with your account.
Changing jobs is a fact of life. If you use your GitHub user account for both personal and work purposes, there are a few things to keep in mind when you leave your company or organization.
Use the Available for hire checkbox to view GitHub Jobs posts within GitHub.
You can convert your user account into an organization. This allows more granular permissions for repositories that belong to the organization.