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Yes, pushing to a branch named differently that your current one is possible using the syntax:
git push heroku other:master
This tells Git to push the contents of your
other branch to the
master branch on the
heroku remote. Keep in mind that you may have to force push if there are commits on
heroku/master that don’t appear in your
For more information have a look at the documentation of the
<refspec> option to
git push -f heroku otherBranch:master
The -f (force flag) is recommended in order to avoid conflicts with other developers’ pushes. Since you are not using Git for your revision control, but as a transport only, using the force flag is a reasonable practice.
source :- offical docs