View Log graph of a file

How do I view the log graph of a file?

I know you can right-click on a file a do "Log selected", but then it does not give you graphical representation of all the log of that particular file

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jul 24, 2017

Hello! Currently, SourceTree does not have that feature. Sorry!

Hi,

Do you think it is a good feature? I know TortoiseGit has it.

Otherwise how would ppl track the history of a file? I'm not familiar with SourceTree (or rather, Git) that's why I'm asking.. I've used Rational Change and I think it is very useful to be able to see the log of a file

Thanks.

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