SourceTree blog update

By on October 26, 2016

Dear Readers,

SourceTree team here with a quick update on how we are managing the SourceTree blog. Starting Friday, October 28th, we will be turning off commenting on the blog.

It’s not that we don’t want to talk to you – we do! We noticed that sometimes blog comments go unanswered for weeks because a comment gets posted on a really old blog post. We want to make sure that you are able to get answers to the comments and questions you have on the right channels and by the right people. Here are the places for you to chat with us on anything from product questions, support requests, reporting bugs, and requesting features:

Customer support

For any technical issues, please visit our support center.

Feature requests and bug reporting

If you would like to request a new feature or file a bug, please visit our public issue tracker for Mac, or our public issue tracker for Windows. Here you can see what other SourceTree customers have requested, follow requests and issues, and even create a new one yourself.

Atlassian Answers

Have any open questions about how to use SourceTree, Git, or integrate with another product like Bitbucket? Visit Atlassian Answers where you will find questions submitted and answered by the user community, ecosystem developers, and SourceTree staff.

Finally, get social with us! Join us in our enthusiasm for SourceTree, spooning, or software development best practices on Twitter.

Thank you for reading our blog, and for all the feedback you’ve given us over the years. Talk to you soon!