The very next term after stash is a pull request. It is abbreviated as PR. It is a request to move code changes from one branch to another. Developers can raise the pull request. The PR raised is reviewed by the reviewer.
Now the reviewers decide whether the PR would be approved or rejected. Feature 1 is finally stored in sprint 1 after the approval of PR. A PR is needed when a change is committed to an external repository in GitHub. The changes must be approved by other members of the board. For example, if one sends a PR of deleting unnecessary files, the reviewer will check it and approve it as per the requirements. In this way, the pull request is executed.