15 comments on “Branching in GitKraken

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  14. I have to merge Master into my branch from time to time. I know how to do this in Sourcetree (When in my branch, right click on Master and select ‘Merge master into MY_BRANCH_NAME’), but I can’t figure out how to do that in Gitkraken. Surely there’s a way..?

    • It should work the same way. If you were on development` branch, right click on `master`, the merge option should show up, unless development is ahead of master, in which case you will only be able to rebase. You can also drag/drop branches on top of each other as a way to prompt for a merge. Don’t suppose you are trying to merge a remote branch to a local or something? I noticed some bugs showing up in the latest version of GitKraken.

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