I’ll keep this short and sweet. Here are the 10 most recent tips we’ve shared on Twitter!
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- Use the Pull dropdown menu to run different fetch/pull operations and set the default button action.
- Labels for the main toolbar buttons can be turned on/off in Preferences > UI Preferences.
- Stashed changes appear in the left Stash panel, where any stash can be applied, popped or deleted.
- Click the + next to Remote to quickly search for and add a GitHub remote, without ever leaving GitKraken.
- Repo actions (stage, fetch, branch, etc.) can also be done from the Command Palette using cmd/ctrl + shift + p
- Initialize a repo using the GitHub integration, to quickly create a new repo on GitHub and clone it to your machine.
- In the left panel, graph, and also between the two, you can drag-and-drop branches to quickly merge or rebase.
- Use search to find a commit you’re looking for. Press Enter to cycle through results in the graph and Esc to clear.
- Hover over label icons in the graph to see remote names and info about PRs on a branch.
- Type a commit message in the graph, then cmd/ctrl + enter to commit staged files, or cmd/ctrl + shift + enter to stage all files and commit.
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