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Subproject commit not showing in remote master

I attempted to do an update to my remote repository and it was not committed.  Bitbucket has decided to post my code as a subproject.  It is a secondary Project within the parent folder.  How do I get these changes committed to the remote repository?  I am using SourceTree and the Bitucket Extension for Visual Studio 2017.  I am really green with BitBucket. 

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Aug 03, 2018

Hello! It looks like those changes were actually pushed to the remote server (that line about 'Subproject commit' means that the subproject changes did get committed), but to verify you can always just open the submodule/subproject by double-clicking it in the sidebar. It should open the repository, and you can commit and push from there.

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