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Source Tree Group Repos Together

Is there a way to group Source Code Repos together? We have lots for Repos, and I was wondering if there is a way to group some repos tegether.

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Jeff Thomas
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Feb 11, 2014


In SourceTree for Windows, you can right-click in the repository bookmarks window and select New Folder. This will create a folder and allow you to drag and drop repositories into to organize into groups.


In SourceTree for OS X, you can right-click in the bookmarks window and select New > Group to create a group which you can use to organize the repositories.

Both versions of SourceTree allow you to nest these folders/groups and expand or collapse them to show just the repositories you need.

Deleted user Jul 27, 2014

On OSX, is there a way to open all the repositories in a group? I know in the Windows version of SourceTree I can easily switch between windows because they're listed on the left, but in OSX the bookmarks window is separate, so I have to switch to the bookmarks window before I can switch to another repository, making opening a whole bunch of repos at once a real chore.

Right click New > Group no longer appears to show up in OSX 10.12.3 in SourceTree 2.4.1 (97).  However, it appears you can create a new Group by clicking + New Repository button at the top then selecting New Repository Group.

I certainly would like the New > Group right click selection back.

+1 for the New > Group right click selection back.

Just wasted 10 minutes trying to add a new group and the New Repository Group method is the most un-intuitive thing I've found.

+1 as well, I though it has dissappeared completely.

is it possible to put Repository into Repository Group for OSX 10.15.2, SourceTree 4.0? I've succeed to create group but it looks impossible to put repo inside ((

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