SourceTree Categorize Branches

Is there a way such that within sourcetree, you can categorize your branches of a git repository? I would like to be able to right click on a branch and mark it as important, awaiting pull request, or something similar. Please let me know if this is possible. Thank you for your help, David

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You can name your branches in a folder structure-like format and they appear as folders in SourceTree. For example you could name it as features/issue_1539 and SourceTree will display 'features' as a folder. Currently we don't categorise branches though with a tag-like format, but you could always file a feature request over at (project SRCTREE for Mac, SRCTREEWIN for Windows).

Hope that helps

Thank you for your advise, I will file a feature request.

Thanks for your shared knowledge!

I don't think this is possible .... haven't seen anything like this yet within GUI.

Perhaps setting a temporary local git-tag to indicate those things might be a not-so-ideal solution ...

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