git sync [--all]

The sync command ("synchronize this branch") updates the current branch and its remote and parent branches with all changes that happened in the repository. When run on the main or a perennial branch, it pulls and pushes updates and tags to the tracking branch. When run on a feature branch, it additionally updates all parent branches and merges the direct parent into the current branch.

If you prefer rebasing your branches instead, set the sync-strategy preference.

If the repository contains a remote called upstream, it also syncs the main branch with its upstream counterpart. You can control this behavior with the sync-upstream flag.


With the --all parameter this command syncs all local branches and not just the branch you are currently on.

The --dry-run parameter allows to test-drive this command. It prints the Git commands that would be run but doesn't execute them.