How to tell which branch a commit was pushed to in SourceTree?

When viewing a commit in the log/history tab in SourceTree, how can I tell which branch/branches the commit was pushed to?

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You will have to figure it out from the commit graph. Commits are not tied to a branch and it is more difficult after a merge.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2706797/finding-what-branch-a-git-commit-came-from might also help!

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