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After enabling 2FA on my Assembla account, I can no longer commit my code using Sourcetree due to failed authentication. Is there any way to solve this?
I have found the solution. Basically you just have to update your Assembla account password on Sourcetree.
For Mac user, create an API key on Assembla under Account Information > API Applications & Sessions. There will be a secret key that you can to "click to show". Now, open Keychain Access and delete the access key for Assembla (git.assembla.com). Then commit your code and wait for the password input prompt. Copy the secret key that you have clicked to show and paste it in the password field.