Reverting a commit

You can revert a specific commit to remove its changes from your branch.

When you revert to a previous commit, the revert is also a commit. The original commit also remains in the repository's history.

Tip: When you revert multiple commits, it's best to revert in order from newest to oldest. If you revert commits in a different order, you may see merge conflicts.

  1. Click History.

    The history tab selected in the sidebar

  2. In the commit history list, click the commit you'd like to revert.

    A commit selected in the commit history list

  3. Right-click the commit and click Revert This Commit.

    The Revert option above the diff view

  1. Click History.

    The history tab selected in the sidebar

  2. In the commit history list, click the commit you'd like to revert.

    A commit selected in the commit history list

  3. Right-click the commit and click Revert This Commit.

    The Revert option above the diff view

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