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Meanwhile, the search view button moved to the top left corner of the UI where you can switch between
Select Search, "Commit Message" next to the "Search:" label and enter your search String left of it, and hit Enter.
Just for the record - searching anything "in a branch" is not possible due to the principle of branches. Branch is only a pointer to a single commit, which is considered to be "the last commit of the branch", and commits itself do not "belong to a branch" anyhow else.
Therefore, git cannot determine "which branch was which" before merge commits.