Get started with Unity Version Control via the Unity Hub
You can add Unity Version Control (UVCS) to your projects through the Unity Hub.
If you don't already have DevOps set up, then you get a free trial of the DevOps services when you enable Version Control through the Hub. You can also set up DevOps through your Unity Cloud Dashboard. For more information, refer to Get started with Unity DevOps.
View your projects in the Unity Hub
The second column on the Projects page of the Unity Hub shows whether each project has UVCS enabled:
- The link icon means that the project uses UVCS. Select the link icon to view your repository in the Unity Cloud Dashboard.
- The broken link icon means that the project doesn't use UVCS.
- The warning icon means there is an issue with your access to UVCS for that project. For example, you don't have permission to access the latest version.
Enable UVCS for your projects
Create a project with UVCS
To create a new project in the Unity Hub with UVCS:
- Select the New project button.
- In the right side panel, set a Project Name and Location .
- Select the Use Unity Version Control checkbox.
- Check the auto filled Unity Version Control Organization, Repository Name, and Server location fields and edit them if necessary.
- Select the Create project button.
Add UVCS to an existing project
To enable UVCS for existing projects in the Hub:
- Select the context menu for the project.
- Select Use Unity Version Control from the dropdown menu.
- Check the auto filled Repository field and edit it if necessary.
- Select the Connect to Version Control button.
Add a remote UVCS project to your Hub
If you've been invited to a project that uses UVCS, you can add that project through the Unity Hub to download it:
- Select the down arrow next to the Add button.
- Select Add remote project.
- Select the project and then select the Next button.
- Choose the Project location for the project and select the Next button.
- Select the Editor version and platform.
- If you don't have a compatible Unity Editor version for the project, a dialogue opens for you to install a compatible version.
Open your UVCS projects
To open your project with the latest changes, select the project context menu and select Download the latest and open from the dropdown.
When you open a project that you enabled UVCS on, the Editor opens the project with the Unity Version Control window open.
For information on how to use UVCS through the Unity Editor, refer to the Tutorials section.
- For information on the different UVCS features and functions available to you in the Unity Editor, refer to the VCS reference section.
- For information on how to set up, configure and manage Unity Version Control, refer to Configure Unity Version Control.
- To use Unity Version Control without the Unity engine, refer to Get started with Unity Version Control via the Desktop Client.
- For a tutorial on how to use UVCS with the Unity Hub, go to the Learn tutorial on how to use the Unity Hub.