In this section, you will find how to share formulas on Ritchie.

Once a formula repository has been published, other users can add it locally from its **URL** to access its formulas.

**Example**: `https://github.com/ZupIT/ritchie-formulas`

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To add a new repository on Ritchie, it is necessary to run the command:

rit add repo

Once the repository has been added, Ritchie will use the selected release on the repository to access the available formulas.

If the formula repository is **private**, the user will have to inform his Github / Gitlab token.

To **check** **the new added formulas command**, you can run the

command to check your new repository, and then run the **rit list repo**** rit --help** command to take a look at new formulas groups that will appear.

On this section, you saw how to share a formula on Ritchie. To keep configuring the formula:

👉 Check out how to **manipulate credentials** with your formulas.

👉 Check out our **list of commands** to see the available automations on our community repo.