Is it possible to download a single folder from GitHub repo?

Hi All,

Quick question about Studio and GitHub integration

Been trying to look for suggestions both on our forums and other knowledge base/collaboration sites to no luck

Currently when my team needs to work on any code changes for our processes, we clone the whole repository locally, do our changes and publish or push updated codes to our github repo

Is there a way to checkout only specific sub folders and not the master every time? We then make our changes and push updated codes to the same folder in our github repo?

For example - instead of cloning the whole Test (Master) folder, i just want to checkout subfolder B, do my changes and push updated codes to the same directory.

├── A/
│ ├── a.bc
│ └──
└── B/
└── d.ef

Any suggestions would be great thanks!

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