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Why is Sourcetree not showing remote branches? Edited

I've just cloned a repo from Bitbucket via Source. However, my remote branches are not appearing in Sourcetree. I can only see master. 

I'm currently using Sourcetree 2.6.1 on a Macbook


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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Aug 14, 2017

All remote branches are listed under Remotes > origin. The branches you see under Branches are only local ones.


Thanks ! that helped 

I'm having a similar issue.

I do not have any remote branches listed under Remotes > Origin.


They used to be visible, but suddenly disappeared after a Fetch.

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