It helps improve the collaborative work culture: Members of the team can work on any file at any time. We can use the version control system to combine all of the changes into a single version.
It keeps different versions of code files securely: The version control system neatly organizes all previous versions and variations of code files.
It understands what happened: The version control system prompts us to write a summary of what was changed each time we save a new version of our project. It also allows us to view what modifications have been made to the file’s content, as well as who made those changes.
It keeps backup: A distributed version control system like Git allows all team members to have a complete history of the project file, so they can utilize any of their teammate’s local Git repository if the central server goes down.