Tags in SourceTree sidebar

I just installed SourceTree 2.1.2.5 and noticed that tags in the left sidebar are shown as a plain list. It used to be a tree-like structure, so if I tagged commits as "Releases/2015/04/12", "Releases/2015/10/02" and "Releases/2015/10/25", it displayed them as

  • Releases
    • 2015
      • 04
        • 12
      • 10
        • 02 
        • 25

That was a nice feature, as it was helping me organize history of releases and fixes in a manageable way. Can it be restored, at least as an alternative view in the Settings?

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Totally agree.

Why would you remove this feature? Sometimes removing features for efficiency is not the best option. 

I am already missing the old project tree we used to have to the left. It was a nice feature and I can understand they removed it for efficiency. But this??

Please bring it back the way it was, just like Brach tree is at the moment!

Thank you.

+1

 

Make SourceTree Great Again

Thanks for the reference, we must have reported the issue on the same day. Good to hear it will be fixed soon.

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