Hello, question regarding SourceTree's ability to simultaneously pull multiple repositories with one click. In my work environment there can be any number of virtual machines which are essentially a standalone environment. All of these virtual machines mirror each other in terms of the infrastructure of the repositories, but the branches of the repos themselves may be different. I group these virtual machines by folder (VM1, VM2, VM3, so on and so forth) and each VM has a double-digit number of repositories that make up its build. My question is, is there a way to pull each of the VM (which is a SourceTree folder) with one click? I have not found a way to do this and it gets very cumbersome managing each repository individually - for instance if I haven't used a VM in a couple months, I have to go through each of its supporting repos and pull to get it up to date. Any tip to solve this issue would be fantastic. Thanks!
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