- Ashik Nesin
When we rise a new pull request in GitHub, the chances are it would choose
master as a base branch by default.
But most probably, we'll have some other branch like
develop before merging those changes to
So we have to manually change the base branch every single time we rise a PR. That's such a pain when you rise multiple PR frequently and the chances of forgetting things like this are so common.
Thankfully, Github has setting to change that and it's quite simple to do so
- Go to
- And change the branch.
That's it :)