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πŸ™ File tree extension for GitHub on Chrome & Firefox
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Yet another extension for GitHub, available on both Chrome and Firefox. Inspired by Octotree & GayHub, thanks to them! Gitako is aimed at providing the best performance, better UX, more consistent UI and more essential features.


  • πŸ“‚ neat file tree
  • πŸ”Ž instant file search
  • 🏎 extremely fast even in gigantic projects
  • ⌨️ intuitive keyboard accessibility
    • navigate file using arrow keys
    • shortcut for toggling sidebar
  • πŸš€ boosts loading speed
  • ↔️ customizable layout
  • πŸ“‹ shortcuts for copy snippets and file
  • πŸ•ΆοΈ support private repositories
  • πŸ—‚ support git submodule
  • 🎨 GitHub-friendly UI
  • 🎈 light weight in size and memory usage


Install for Chrome

Or install for Firefox

Gitako for Firefox is still in beta


Any bug report or feature request discussions are welcomed, feel free to draft a issue!


Why named 'Gitako'?

GitHub's totem is a cute octopus. And octopus in Japanese is γŸγ“(tako). Then link them together:

git + tako -> gitako
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