cherry pick a search result

i want to search for a commit and once i see the proper commit on the search results i want to cherry pick it to another branch, i can't find the way to do it.

 

 

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Hi Royi! You can not do that directly from the search view, but once you find the commit you can right click on it and select See in Full History View. Then you'll be able to select the Cherry pick option. 

If you'd like to be able to do this differently, you can sumit a feature request at jira.atlassian.com by clicking the Create button :)

Hope this helps!

Ana

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