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Remote Branches not visible in source tree

Samya
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February 12, 2018

I have a team of 3-4 people working on 1 project. From master branch i created develop branch at my end on source tree. This develop branch is visible my bitbucket account and also on other team member's bitbucket account but it is not visible on their source tree. I am not able to understand. Used pull functionality but still it is not working, Can anyone please tell how to resolve the issue

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minnsey
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February 12, 2018

Hi

Running git pull effectively runs git fetch and then git merge for the current branch.

Any/All remote branches should be visible in the repository sidebar under the remotes heading, you can then double click on the remote branch to check out a local copy.

Matthew Theriot May 22, 2019

Yes, but this does not address the problem.  I am seeing the same behavior, my view in SourceTree is not showing me all of the remote branches.

Matthew Theriot May 22, 2019

The solution for me was to do a "Fetch" on the root branch.

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Fabiola_de_Leon
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January 10, 2020

This worked like a charm. Thank you so much!!!

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