Clone a repository on Source Tree

When I try to clone a repository from BitBucket and provide the Source Path/ URL the repository type is not recognized with a message 'This is not a valid source path/ URL'. I got the Source path/ URL from BIT bucket and I am able to see the same path by browsing hosted projects. Any ideas on what could be the issue? Thanks

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Make sure you have added relative SSH key to your BitBucket account.

To Add SSh key to your account Follow steps:

-->Click User icon on top left.

--> Click Manage

-->click SSh key option and add public key.

Should work.

Also, use the same SSh key in Source Tree

When SourceTree started for the first time, I skipped setting up Git & Mercurial in the wizard. Then I reran the wizard and chose to download and install the embedded packages.
But it seems installing those didn't actually enable them - in the Tools -> Options dialogue they were both disabled!
Enabling Mercurial (or Git in your case) allowed the clone dialogue to correctly identify the repo.

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