How can I view new content of the branch against another in a Sourcetree?

Suppose, I have a develop branch and some feature1 branch. And, suppose, that develop branch have some commits done after feature1 was branched. How can I view new changes bringing with feature1 for the develop branch in the Sourcetree?

To be more precise is there a way to show diff like that command: "git diff develop...feature1"

Its a common operation for me when I analyze/review feature development using feature branch workflow.

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This is a good thread that explains what you need

If I understand your question correctly, you are trying to find the diff between branches. git diff develop...feature1 does exactly the same :)

Yeah)) Sorry, I correct my question. I'm trying to find GUI-tool which can do like this command. Sourcetree is the tool I preffer.

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