Each time I try to add a new GitFlow action (e.g. to add a new feature or hotfix) to my local git file in SourceTree the Head seems to revert back to some very old position, causing recent data to be lost. There doesn't seem to be a way to restore the lost data other than by using a TimeMachine backup.
What am I doing wrong?
I'm probably not used to the correct GIT terminology. I have a branch that is labelled "develop" that I was working on some time ago, but that has some incomplete code in it. I would like to return to complete this later.
Now, I would like to use Gitflow to add some new branches to the work I am currently doing but it keeps reverting to the "develop" branch as described earlier.
What do I need to do to get out of this loop?
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