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Push to multiple remotes

How can I push to multiple remotes at the same time, I have found this answer https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/314016

but I cannot believe that not working.. Will be this feature in next version ? I have latest SourceTree version now.

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Pushing to multiple remote at the same time is possible !

See : Push to multiple Remotes with Sourcetree

Pushing to multiple repositories is definitely working - but not at the same time. I don't see many use cases where it makes sense to push to multiple repsoitories simultanously.

Sorry to dig deep into the questions, but:

 

Is there like a tutorial of how it is done? Selecting the specific repository to push at a time would be brilliant.

Yes of course, I donöt need it at the same time, I need it one by one, but no pushing independently. How can I do that? I need to push to multiple remotes but no in the same time but by one click to push and nothing else.

I'm not quite sure I understand your question correctly. Your request for "one click to push...to multiple remotes" is what I meant with "at the same time". You have to push to each of your remote repositories separately with its own "click" - so multiple clicks are needed.

Nevertheless you might write a script, containing multiple "git push REMOTE_NAME" - lines and use this script to fulfill your request. You might add this script as a custom action within sourcetree and then trigger the script by right-clicking the repository bookmark and select your custom action ....

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