fix numeration

    
      
diff --git a/notes-en/github-multiple-accounts.md b/notes-en/github-multiple-accounts.md
index 44c63f6..6cc46e2 100644
--- a/notes-en/github-multiple-accounts.md
+++ b/notes-en/github-multiple-accounts.md
@@ -2,21 +2,26 @@
 
 Github doesn't allow you to use the same SSH key for multiple accounts, because in this case server wouldn't detect by your key which account you want to use. Fortunately, Github makes correct redirects from subdomains. Let's use it.
 
-1. Add new ssh key:
-    ```bash
-    ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "newuser@yourteam.com" -f .ssh/id_rsa_newuser
-    ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa_newuser
-    ```
-1. Create `~/.ssh/config` with following rule to say ssh use new key for new domain:
-    ```
-    Host github.com-newuser
-      	HostName yourteam.github.com
-      	User git
-      	IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa_ewuser
-    ```
-1. Add this line in your `/etc/hosts`:
-    ```
-    192.30.253.113  yourteam.github.com
-    ```
+Add new ssh key:
+
+```bash
+ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "newuser@yourteam.com" -f .ssh/id_rsa_newuser
+ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa_newuser
+```
+
+Create `~/.ssh/config` with following rule to say ssh use new key for new domain:
+
+```
+Host github.com-newuser
+  	HostName yourteam.github.com
+  	User git
+  	IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa_ewuser
+```
+
+Add this line in your `/etc/hosts`:
+
+```
+192.30.253.113  yourteam.github.com
+```
 
 That's all! Now use `yourteam.github.com` instead of `github.com` in your remote URL.