Page created: 26 Jul 2021 |
Page updated: 17 Feb 2022
To undo changes since the last commit, use the Revert button.
Each branch has a list of previous commits and Uncommitted Changes. To show the changes since the last commit, click the arrow to the left of the three-line icon in the Uncommitted Changes section.
Reverting a change reverts all changes that have been made since that change as well. Make sure that you understand all the changes that will be reverted before reverting.
- Click Branch Manager.
- Click Version Control.
- Select the branch with the uncommitted changes to revert.
Expand the Uncommitted Changes section by clicking the
arrow to the left of the three-line icon to show all the changes that have
happened since the last commit.
To the right of each change is a Revert button.
- Click the Revert button and confirm the revert.