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The merge button on pull requests supports two great workflows
with merge commits and commit squashing.
Now you can use the merge button to rebase and merge your changes, too.
When you select the new “Rebase and merge” option,
the commits from the pull request’s branch are rebased on to the tip
of the base branch, and then the base branch itself is fast forwarded
to this newly rebased head. Rebases automatically set the committer of
the rebased commits to the current user, while keeping authorship
The pull request’s branch will not be modified by this operation.
If a rebase can’t be performed due to conflicts, we’ll let you know so
you can manually resolve them as necessary.
As with “Squash and merge”, repository administrators can decide whether they
want to allow this new option on the repository settings page.
Learn more about rebase and merge in our Help docs.