How can i use GPG Signature when make a Git Tag in SourceTree

When i click 'Tag' button in Sourcetree, i see a gray option 'Sign tag (key specified in repository setting'. How can i use this option ? (I have a gpg key and have add this key ID to my Git config file)

Thanks for any help !

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Hey there,

Go into your repository settings and click on the 'security' tab. From there you can enable GPG if you've got it set correctly in your SourceTree settings. There's a built-in help document if you go to Help > SourceTree Help or click on the '?' button on the 'Security' tab.

Cheers

Thanks for your mention Kieran !

I'm not seeing a 'Security' tab. I'm using SourceTree 1.6.12.0 in Windows 8.1.

Same here. Can't find any Security tab anywhere in SourceTree 1.6.12.

Thank you, it 's working on SourceTree 2.3.1 under macOS 10.11.6.

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Thank you for your share, and I find this Knowledge Base.

 

> Setup GPG to sign commits within SourceTree - Atlassian Documentation

> - https://confluence.atlassian.com/sourcetreekb/setup-gpg-to-sign-commits-within-sourcetree-765397791.html

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