Yes, when you make changes--for example, merging work items-- in any stage, the changes will reflect in the target Git branch.

So, for example, if you want to merge two or more work items in UAT, expect the branch tied to that sandbox [source or target] to reflect that merge.

Example: UAT work item change = change in UAT branch in Git.

Screenshot below shows Work Items Merge button.

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