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What's the difference between them? A tag is a pointer to a specific commit. A Release is created from an existing tag and exposes release notes and links to download the software or source code from GitHub. Using GitHub's API, I can't get the releases list, but I can get the tags list.
Tags are ref's that point to specific points in Git history. Tagging is generally used to capture a point in history that is used for a marked version release (i.e. v1. 0.1). A tag is like a branch that doesn't change. Unlike branches, tags, after being created, have no further history of commits.
The difference between tags and branches are that a branch always points to the top of a development line and will change when a new commit is pushed whereas a tag will not change. Thus tags are more useful to "tag" a specific version and the tag will then always stay on that version and usually not be changed.
A tag is used in Git contexts for marking a specific version. Alternatively, tags are used to marks specific points in the history as important or to mark release points. Once a tag is set, it is usually not moved after that. This is for casual tagging.
In order to find the latest Git tag available on your repository, you have to use the git describe command with the tags option. This way, you will be presented with the tag that is associated with the latest commit of your current checked out branch.
Select the folder you wish to create a tag for in the repository browser. Select Tag from the File menu or click the Tag button in the toolbar: The tag options window will appear next to the selected folder. Specify the name of the tag in the field labelled Tag As.
Click Photos and Videos in the left column. Click to check the box to the left of the photos you'd like to remove a tag from. Click Report/Remove Tag. Click to select your preferred option, then click Untag Photos to confirm.
Keep in mind though that they are not allowed to tag you again once you've untagged yourself. So if they go back through their photos and see that you aren't tagged, they'll try and tag you (thinking they missed you in error) and will find out that you've purposefully untagged yourself.
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