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Pull Uncommited Changes on Remote Machine

I've been using SourceTree for about 3 months now, so far I love it.

I would like to know if its possible or if it would be possible to Pull uncommitted changes from a remote machine. It probably doesn't make sense, but we have had people leave the development team and have their last projects not committed(bad practice I know) and then having to redo some code.

It would be nice to be able to know that someone is working on the Repository and somehow pull the uncommitted changed to a new branch just to check them or save them for later.

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Wondering if my question could morph into a suggestion.

Maybe a setting to automatically commit to a WorkInProgress branch or something everytime you have uncommited changes at a defined time in the Day or on close...

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Feb 13, 2019

From what I know of git I don't think this is possible... but I'm not a SourceTree expert so will see what others say.

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