The push badge indicates the number of local commits (not files individually) that have not been to a remote server.
There isn't an explicit way to filter commits based on whether or not they have been pushed though you can filter to a particular branch if that's what you've been working on primarily.
The only way to undo is to "Reverse Commit…" but this will create another commit to track that reversal.
Hopefully that clears things up a bit.
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree
I think I have the same question as Joe Smith and the response doesn't answer it for me.
My branch says there is a commit to be pushed and I want to see what files have been modified in that commit and what those mods are.
File status does not show any modified or staged files.
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