SourceTree - Browse Hosted Repositories on Windows version


I've been using SourceTree on the Mac for awhile and I love it. However, I'm starting to work on some MVC 4 ASP.NET sites that we're using BitBucket and the Windows version of SourceTree. In the Mac version I am able to browse my BitBucket account under the Hosted Projects section of the app. However, I am not able to see this functionality in the Windows version. Is there in another location within the Windows version or is this not included?

If it's not included is there a plan to add this feature? It is very helpful (and time saving) to be able to clone a repo from my BitBucket and/or GitHub account directly through SourceTree. This would be a great time saver for me.


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The Windows version is still catching up with the Mac, but Hosted Repositories support is definitely on the TODO list:

Understood, thanks for the info!

Any timeframe on this feature? I too am just starting to use SourceTree on Windows, and this functionality saves a lot of time for me when I'm on mac.

This and custom actions are the next 2 things on the list, so we hope to get this out wihin the next few weeks.

When trying to use this feature in the latest version 1.3.1 it seems to be stuck at Checking Password on the add/edit screen for a bitbucket account. It never fails or succeeds, just sits there spinning.

Clicking OK (on add/edit dialogue) and refreshing the Hosted Repositories just causes the Hosted Repositories dialogue to sit there spinning.

Is there something I'm doing wrong? The password is definately correct as i successfully used it to log into bitbucket via the web

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