Show local branches and their remote tracking counterparts

I'm pretty sure this is not possible in SourceTree, but wanted to ask before requesting this feature... if I choose the All Branches option and have the Show Remote Branches option unchecked, then I see just my local branches. Now, I also want to see the remote tracking branch for each of my branches, but if I check the Show Remote Branches option, then I see a ton of additional branches that exist on the remote(s) that I don't care about. I just want to see my local branches and their remote tracking branch counterparts. Is this possible in SourceTree?

Thanks!
Ryan

 

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Hi Ryan! What you're asking is not possible at the moment, but it would be an interesting feature. I've submitted them on your behalf, you can find them at SRCTREEWIN-7130 for Windows and SRCTREE-4731 for Mac. 

If you have any more ideas in the future, you can submit them directky through our portal at https://jira.atlassian.com/secure/Dashboard.jspa :)

Best regards,

Ana

 

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