You might want to try a shell plugin that shows you the current git branch:
If you're on Windows with Powershell, posh-git could help:
You may also want to set the upstream branches correctly, so you don't have
to state remote and branch all the time. With a correct setup, you just
need "git pull" and "git push":
git branch --set-upstream master upstream/master
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