Creating a Pull Request2:50 with Jay McGavren
A pull request, PR for short, is a discussion regarding a set of commits on a Git hosting service such as GitHub or Bitbucket. (GitLab has a similar feature called "Merge Requests".) Although a pull request can cover any set of commits, most often it's a comparison between one branch and another. The most common use for a pull request is to let another person who you're working on a repo with review your changes before they get merged into the `master` branch and deployed to users.
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