SourceTree: how to create subrepositories?

I am new in bitbucket and SourceTree. Here is my question:

How to create subrepositories in using ScouceTree?

Thanks !!

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Hi Yu Feng,

You don't create subrepositories in SourceTree but add existing repositories. To add them, just context-click in the sidebar, or go to the "Repository" menu and hit "Add Subrepository" and then select the repository you want as a subrepository whether it's local or remote. Then you specify the local relative path, this is just where it will be within your project.

Hope that helps

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