Transcript from the "Git Revert" Lesson
>> Nina Zakharenko: Now, Git Revert is the safe reset. What if you need to undo changes that are shared, they're public, you push them? Git Revert is going to create a new commit that introduces the opposite changes from the specified commit. The original commit is going to stay in the repository.
[00:00:17] And revert does not change history. So here, I'm picking a commit to undo. And when I Git Revert it, Git is going to create a new commit that is the mirror opposite of the one that you specified.