Remote and local branch is not in sync in source tree


I have two local repositories on my local machine which points to same remote repository. I have only one branch on remote which is "master". The problem is when i update master on one repository and push it to remote server, "origin/master" is updated and shown in source tree for that repository. However, on another repository, "origin/master" still points to old commits unless i do git pull manually on this repo. I think source tree should automatically shown when "origin/master" and local master are out of sync. I am using ssh keys for pulling and pushing on gitlab. I have also set up keys in source tree still no luck. I am using gitlab for remote server.

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Current position of origin/master in one repository.


In another repository, origin/master still points to older commits, even though in actual its been updated.



Key settings.




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You cut your options dialog just slightly too short. There is another setting to "Check default remotes for updates every ___ minutes". That setting will cause SourceTree to automatically run "git fetch" commands, which are what you need in order to see the up-to-date position of the origin branches.

@Seth: thanks. Figured it out today itself.. :)

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