Sourcetree projects overview / organization in trees

Hello everyone,

I used the left "projects" tab a lot, since I have multiple git projects with multiple submodules. Now I auto-updated my version and the view is gone. The view of the "+"-tab is quite close, but has no tree view. I loved to see the status of all submodules of all projects at once, now I have to click through all projects.

A workaround could be to use prefixes in the repo-names... Nevertheless I would love to have some tree view.

Is there some option to show that in the new version? Or is it a feature too few ask for?

Kind regards,


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Hi Nefarius! That option is not available in the new version. It was a decision made by the SourceTree team to remove it so it would be possible to enhance some other features of the product that user's were asking for.

If you'd like to have this feature implemented again, you can send us your feedback at

Hope this helps!


Hi Ana,
thanks for the answer, then I don't have to look for it.

Kind regards,


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