How Can I Use SSH with SourceTree?


Part of Screencast Series: Bitbucket: How To


Published July 2016

Using a visual interface shouldn't stop you from being secure

Do you use SourceTree as your visual Git client? Using SSH in SourceTree is a great way to provide secure connections to your repositories while at the same time making them even easier to use. No more inputting credentials for every push and pull! This screencast will guide you through the process of creating new SSH keys and setting them up within SourceTree, allowing you to follow right along and set it up in your own environment!

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David Schokker

David Schokker is a software tester with over 10 years of experience working in the Telecommunications and Personal Finance fields. When David isn't at work he likes to help with, and run gaming community events as well as develop websites to help support the community.