Please bring back the navigation bar in SourceTree

As a developer I am managing over 150 repositories which I need quick access to. The old navigation bar in SourceTree 1.x was *perfect*. The new tabs look really cool and are fine if you have to manage just a few, but when working on multiple repositories at the same time, this can really get in your way.

Could you please consider bringing back the navigation bar as an option (disabled by default)? To me using ST 2 is really much less productive then ST 1.x, but I am "forced" to upgrade because of the security issue announced today.

 

 

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I see this is a duplicate of this one (didn't show up while searching, but did show up as related content):

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/SourceTree-discussions/New-2-0-tab-interface-unusable/m-p/582304#M11

Sam Hall Community Champion May 10, 2017

Yes. Better to continue the discussion there so everything in one place.

As always, it's worth noting that this is a community forum used mostly by users like me and you. Atlassian do look on here, but it is not used formally for feature requests or feedback.

Best place for that is the SourceTree projects on https://jira.atlassian.com.

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