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Confused connecting to bitbucket account

I am using windows 10.  I also use linux but my current use case is on Windows.

First let me say that the screen shots in the instructions do NOT match the UI that was downloaded when I just installed sourcetree, I believe this is the primary reason for my difficulties.  The instructions reference https but I find nothing like this on UI.  I was not able to simply create the ssh keys so I was hoping for an alternative, can anyone lend assistance that is specifically geared to version 3.4.4.

When I installed sourcetree it asked me to sign in with my bitbucket account, I did this successfully, I would have hoped that doing this would have taken care of any connection needs, it didn't.

I have a local git repo, I have a bitbucket account.  When I open sourcetree I am able to see my local repo but I cannot make the connection between sourcetree and bitbucket.

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