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You can add either of the following skip directives to the commit message of the last commit before you push and that push will be ignored:
Skipped builds do not have a build record and will not show up in the Codeship UI. They will also not count towards the concurrent builds or monthly build limits for users.
When you merge a pull request you can add one of the skip directives to the commit message as well.
On Codeship Pro, in addition to using a commit message, you can also de-facto skip builds by making sure that every step in your
codeship-steps.yml file has a
tag, which limits that step to a certain branch. You can learn more about limiting your steps to a certain branch codeship-steps.yml documentation.
We also have a couple of code examples and sample projects available, that make it easier to get started with Codeship.