Can you still setup just SSH authentication for GitLab?

About a 1.5 years ago when I first started using SourceTree I only setup an account and an SSH key for two factor authentication.  The version of SourceTree that I've download lately doesn't really provide and interface for me to add an account and authenticate the same old way with gitlab.  Am I missing something?

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Sourcetree doesn't provide an interface for configuring GitLab accounts. That said, you can configure your SSH and clone your repo from the command line and then open the repo with Sourcetree to use it like any other.

Brian Ganninger
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree

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