I currently use Netlify to host a few documentation sites for our company. We use Jekyll as our static site generator. Right now, we build our sites from a single git branch, which works great. We have different versions of our documentation (corresponding to different versions of our product) in discrete git branches. Example: 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, etc.
Can you tell me how I could set up our Jekyll build in Netlify to automatically build all of the branches we want and have them available on a single site?
Here’s our site: https://doc-site-test.netlify.app/
You can see the version drop-down menu at the top-right, but right now it doesn’t point to any other doc versions, except 6.2 (which is what I have set up in the Deploy Contexts settings. I want to know how I could build multiple branches and publish them on the site.