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Fetch from specific branch on macOS

Hi,

in the Windows-version of Sourcetree, you can right-click on a branch (one not currently checked out) and select *Fetch <branch>*, which will fetch the specific branch from origin. I like this function very much, but sadly it's missing in the macOS version. 

Is it 'hidden' somewhere? Or can you add it in an upcoming release?

Thanks,
Frank

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Andy Heinzer Atlassian Team Sep 20, 2019

Hi,

Thanks for your interest here.  Unfortunately this is not currently a feature in the Mac version of Sourcetree.  However I did find there is an existing ticket to request this same functionality that does appear in the Windows client over in SRCTREE-6224.   I would recommend watching and voting on this issue.   I do not know if or when this might be implemented, but the more interest Atlassian can track on the topic will help our development team to prioritize new features within our product.

Thanks

Andy

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