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Tagged my code but can't see the tagged version in Bitbucket

I commit my changes and merge to the master code and then Tag it in Sourcetree. But when I go looking for this Tagged version in Bitbucket under Source, I can't find it. What went wrong here? 

Thank you for your help in advance.

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Oct 22, 2018

Hi Geetanjali,

Welcome to the Atlassian Community.

When you created the tag, did you do it from the command line or from within Sourcetree? If you did it from command line did you use -a or --annotate? If you did it from Sourcetree, was the lightweight option selected? Bitbucket will only show annotated tags. You can check if your tag is annotated or not by running

git show <your_tag_name>

If the tag is annotated you will a message, the tag object and the commit.

Hi Mikael,

Thank you very much for your answer. I did not use command line, I did it from within Sourcetree. I am starting to explore command line after you mentioned it here.

Thank you again.

Geetanjali

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