Hi Gianluigi! The difference is that you use the main branch for the main line of development and use other branches to diverge from it and continue working in your new features without messing with that main line. Git encourages workflows that branch and merge often, even multiple times in a day.
For an extended explanation about how branching works, I'd recommend you reading Basic Branching and Merging
Hope this helps :)
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