## Git: Move Commits To Another Branch

Let’s say you made a commit to your git repo but then decide you want to stow it away on a different branch and put the current branch back where it was.

Create the new branch, which will be up to the new commit:

git branch foo-branch


Now put the current branch back before the commit:

git reset --hard HEAD~1


Check out the branch still containing the new commit:

git checkout foo-branch


Now ‘foo-branch’ will contain the new commit but the original branch will be where you were before that commit.