At times you may take up the role as an outside collaborator that often would chip in and help out with the refactoring of source code and other collaborator-things.
You may also even be a member of an organization but you feel your time is up and choose to leave.
In any circumstance you find yourself in, you can completely remove yourself from an organization on GitHub at any time with no repercussions.
In this guide, I’ll show you how you can remove yourself from an organization on GitHub in less than 3 minutes of your time.
Let’s dive right in. 🙂
If you’re paying the GitHub bills for your organization and you’re thinking of leaving the organization, then it’s important to have another owner or billing manager take charge of the bills before you leave the organization. GitHub does not update the billing information for the organization.
For more information, see Transferring organization ownership.
How to Leave an Organization on GitHub: 3 Steps
Step 1: Jump into your GitHub account and then from the upper-right hand corner, click on your Profile Photo. Then click on Settings.
Step 2: Great. Now that you’re in your Settings page, do you see the sidebar to your left? Yes, you should see down below in the sidebar the option called Organizations. Click on Organizations.
Step 3: Finally, in your Organizations page, find the organization you’d like to remove yourself from, then click on the Leave button.
Voila! You’re no longer part of that GitHub organization.
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