Source Tree : Discard all changes made after a certain commit point

Hi In SourceTree, I need to discard all 8 changes made to my Develop branch (commits done) since yesterday.

What is the best option for me to do this?

I do not need to keep any changes made since then.

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Jesse Yowell Atlassian Team Aug 31, 2017

Hi Rishab,

If you don't care about any of those recent commits, you're best bet is to do a 'git reset' on the commit you want to point back to. (i.e. reset commit branch to this commit)

Be careful, as this is a destructive operation, and you won't be able to get any of those commits back.

Cheers,

Jesse

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