I wasn't able to successfully import any issues from my Git repository on GitHub into Source Tree, even though everything else imported just fine. So I thought that maybe I should just create the issues in Bit Bucket because if Source Tree is the desktop application for Bit Bucket, then maybe that would mean the issues would show in Source Tree if I created them in Bit Bucket. That didn't seem to work.
Any advice? I'd like to be able to see, create, and manage issues using the desktop client.
Thanks, Gabriel. In my case though, I'm a real beginner. All I have is a GitHub repository, which has a couple of issues logged in it. When setting up Bit Bucket/Source Tree, I was asked if I want to use an existing Git repository. So I said yes, and entered the details for my existing repository. All the files, commits, etc. then appear in Bit Bucket and Source Tree, but none of the issues do. I'm not sure if that's by design, or whether I've missed something.
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