Undoing Mistakes with CMD+Z in Tower 4
There's a litte keyboard shortcut that makes life a lot easier - and now it's also available in Tower for Mac: CMD + Z. In our latest update, version 4.0, Tower allows you to undo many Git actions, simply by pressing CMD+Z.
The new Undo feature in Tower for Mac is currently available through our Beta Update channel. Feel free to jump on board and take it for a spin - or have a little patience until we roll it out to all users in a Stable Update.
Here are some of the many scenarios where you can use this:
- Undo deleting a branch or tag
- Undo merging two branches
- Undo checking out a branch
- Undo deleting files
- Undo committing changes
- Undo a rebase (or an interactive rebase)
- Undo publishing a branch on a remote
- Undo staging/unstaging changes
- ...and much more!
Most of these workflows would require a series of complex commands on the CLI. Tower takes away this complexity by allowing you to use the same, simple and well-known keyboard shortcut in almost any situation.
Additionally, undo actions will be available via the macOS Notification Center: when you perform an action that can be undone in Tower, the notification will contain an "Undo" button.
🎉 Happy undoing! 🎉
If you haven't already, make sure to download our free trial today and take the new Tower for a spin!