Today we’ve released another major update for SourceTree for Windows to help you be even more productive.
Now you can configure your Bitbucket, Stash and GitHub accounts in SourceTree and instantly see all your repositories on those services. Easily clone them, open the project on the web, and even create new repositories on the remote service without ever leaving SourceTree. You’ll find it in the menu under View > Show Hosted Repositories, or using the new button at the bottom right of the bookmarks panel.
Create Pull Requests
We wanted to make it easier than ever to create pull requests straight from SourceTree, so now you can! Simply click on the menu item (Repository > Create pull request) and away you go.
We’ve included some great new ways to integrate across products. Now when using the Bitbucket ‘Clone in SourceTree’ button, some extra help is given: if you’ve already got a checked-out copy of the repository you’re attempting to clone, SourceTree will show you the existing clones.
We’ve made text rendering sharper, refined many of the styles so they look better on Windows 8, and improved compatibility with custom themes, particularly dark and high-contrast themes. We hope you like it!