How to use Cherry Pick in SourceTree?

Cherry Picking in Git is really useful. But how do you use Cherry Pick in SourceTree to select the specific commit to merge into another branch?

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First checkout the destination branch, then right click on the commit you want to cherry pick and select Cherry Pick.

You can right-click on the commit you want in the log/history view.

Ensure 'All Branches' is selected from the dropdown list

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You are then able to select the commit (highlighted) from a given source branch.  This had me baffled for a while - doh!

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