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I'm setting up a new Mac with SourceTree and when I connect to my Github account it only shows my public remote repositories.
It does not show private repos from my account or ones I have access to in another organization.
I'm pretty sure it did show this in SourecTree on my old computer.
In my Github settings > Applications > Authorized Oauth Apps > SourcetreeForMac:
- it says Access public information (read-only)
So can SourceTree only view public info?
I'm connected to Github through Oauth and SSH, however, when I save my account info in SourceTree a notification pops up saying:
There was a problem adding your new SSH key to your Github account.
The solution here helped gain access to my own private repos but not the private organization repos that I have access to: