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Get started with Unity Version Control

+60 XP
55 Mins
Unity Version Control is a source control (also known as version control) application that’s integrated with the Unity Editor. When you’re collaborating with others on a Unity project, or even keeping track of multiple changes on a solo project, source control is a valuable project management tool.
In these tutorials, you’ll learn the basics of Unity Version Control Cloud Edition and the Unity Version Control interface in the Unity Editor. You’ll learn how to perform common source control functions, and gain access to more resources for learning more.
Important: Unity Version Control was previously called Plastic SCM. This learning content will be updated to fully reflect the name and user interface changes soon, but for now you will find references to the old name and user interface visuals. The instructions for working with Unity Version Control in this course remain accurate.
Project Objective
By the end of this learning project you will be able to:
  • Use the Unity Version Control window inside the Unity Editor.
  • Install the Unity Version Control client application.
  • Create a Unity Version Control workspace and repository.
  • Check in Unity Version Control changesets.
  • Invite collaborators to work in your Unity Version Control repository.
  • Update your workspace with a collaborator’s changes.
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Last updated: February 20, 2024
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