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Is there a site with step-by-step instructions for using SourceTree?

I know git from the Windows command line, and I know how I think SourceTree should work.  However, SourceTree has proven that I am wrong about how it works.  Does anyone know of a site where answers to questions like "I changed a file, how do I push that change to repository x?" can be found?  A basic tutorial for SourceTree?  Step-by-step would help me a lot. 

We use GitLab rather than GitHub.  I have successfully installed SourceTree on Windows 10.  My machine has 8 GB of RAM and a 255 GB SSD with 1/2 unused so I don't think there is a hardware issue.

Thanks for the help!

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Thanks Yevhen, that is a good site.  So is which I found just after I posted this query.

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Sep 04, 2019


Atlassian has good documentation about this product in this link

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