So, there's this public repo on GitHub. I have forked it on Github and cloned my fork locally using SourceTree.
I have added the original repo as a remote called upstream.
How can I ensure that my fork stays updated/synched with the original repo?
You need to pull the changes from it periodically. Tools\Options\"Check default remotes for updates every N minutes" makes SourceTree do automatic fetches in the background, which puts red numbers on your pull button when there are new changes.
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