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that in you can do `--simplify-by-decoration` when using `git log` with `--graph`, so:

git log --graph --oneline --simplify-by-decoration

This will show only those commits as a graph that have a decoration on them (e.g. a branch, tag etc.), so you get a really nice condensed view of your repo without all the "intermediate" commits.

Really handy, if you want to see at a glance which branch is ahead of others, for example.

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