Azure DevOps – Delete a git repository

Today, while I was working with Azure DevOps Repository‘s. I wanted to creating new repositories and I created a few. Later, after I was done with my research, I wanted to delete them. However, I could not find an option to delete a repository initially. After a little struggling, I could find the option.

Let’s see how to delete an existing git repository in Azure DevOps.

Navigate to any of your existing Azure git Repository and click on the arrow mark as shown in the below screenshot

Azure DevOps - Manage Repositories
Azure DevOps – Manage Repositories

Clicking on the manage repositories button, it will take you to the project setting’s Repositories section where all the existing repositories are displayed as shown below.

Azure DevOps – View All Repositories

Now, hover on the repository which you would like to delete and then 3 dots will be displayed, clicking on these 3 dots a context menu will be displayed where you click on delete as shown in the above screenshot. It opens up a pop up as shown below where you need to provide the name of the repository.

Azure DevOps – Delete Repository

Now provide the name of the repository that you want to delete and then click on the delete button to delete the repository.

That’s it. We have learnt how to Delete an existing repository in Azure DevOps. Thanks for reading. If you have any comments, please comment in the comments section below.


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