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Author Archives: Kelvin Yap

Trading the beaches of Sydney for the fog of San Francisco, when he's not on his bike or advocating the adoption of the metric system in the US, Kelvin spends his time as a Product Marketing Manager for Atlassian's developer tools. Find me on Twitter! @kelvinyap

SourceTree support moving to Atlassian Community

Starting Tuesday, May 9th, we will be supporting SourceTree through the new Atlassian Community. Dedicated support via Atlassian Community In the past we focused on providing support to SourceTree users with their various setup and configuration issues via support.atlassian.com. …

SourceTree for Windows 2.0: New UI, faster performance, and Microsoft Git Virtual File System support

It’s an exciting time to be a Windows developer using SourceTree. We’ve seen steady adoption of SourceTree for Windows and today more than half our users come from Windows – impressive for a tool that used to be Mac only! Since launching the 2.0 beta in …

OAuth Support and SSH Key Generation

Connect to your Bitbucket or GitHub accounts securely and with ease in the latest versions of SourceTree for Windows and Mac. These versions of SourceTree fully support OAuth 2.0. Users with Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) enabled can connect to both services via OAuth …

SourceTree for Windows 1.9.9 released

We’ve been hard at work squashing bugs, fixing crashes, patching and upgrading parts of SourceTree for Windows in version 1.9.9. Remember that annoying memory leak in the TreeView? Patched. Want support for Git LFS 1.5.2? We’ve added that. Feel free to check …

SourceTree blog update

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 …