To pull changes from a remote repository in Git, you can use the "git pull" command. Here is the step-by-step process:
- Open a terminal or command prompt.
- Change the current working directory to your local Git repository.
- Run the following command:
git pull origin
- Git will fetch the latest changes from the remote repository and automatically merge them into your local branch. If there are any conflicts, you will be prompted to resolve them.
- Once the pull is completed, you can check the status of your local repository by running:
Note: Before pulling changes, make sure you have committed or stashed any local changes to avoid any conflicts.