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hello and welcome to another video in this one were going to be talking about merge cues uh GitHub recently launched their merge queue feature in beta and I want to talk through what it means why you might want to use it the trade-offs of using emerge queue etc etc uh gitlab also has a feature thats very similar to githubs merge cues called merge trains sort of funny story I almost got banned from gitlab for pointing out that a run train button is maybe not a good choice from a product perspective but anyway thats off topic were talking about merge cues today so uh let me first describe kind of the default setup for how pull requests get merged in uh oops in in um in a git repository uh were going to be talking about sort of a linear merge based workflow this also applies to a a rebase workflow or a squash workflow but uh for Simplicity were just gonna be talking about merges today they all work the same but it makes my diagrams easier to draw okay so typically uh you have a li