Whenever I clone a repo from BitBucket to my local system, Sourcetree assumes that I want to store the local copy to my "home" directory( c:\users\<my name>\Documents\<repo_name>). That's not where I have all my git repos, so I have to navigate to where I want it to be stored. This creates two frustrations:
1. I can't figure out how to change the default location so that I don't have to navigate at all.
2. Once I'm done navigating Sourcetree has "forgets" the repo name so I have to add it back in.
Is there a way to set the default folder in SourceTree so that I'm not as frustrated?
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