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How do I add a GPG key to my Bitbucket account?

On the how-to page of how to add a GPG key to your bitbucket account, the instruction states:

From within Bitbucket Server, go to your account by clicking your profile picture in the upper-right, and select Manage account.

The profile picture is in the lower-left corner, and selecting "Bitbucket settings" which appears to be the closest choice to "Manage account" in the list, there is nothing about GPG keys, only SSH keys, and GPG key adding is not in there.


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May 13, 2018

You're looking at Bitbucket Server documentation, but Bitbucket Cloud (, whose interface you've described) doesn't currently support that.

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Ah! That makes sense now, thanks

Hi James, do you have any idea when this will be supported in the cloud version?

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Also a vote feature for the community will be great, cos i want to vote up the @David Pilkington question :D

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I too wanna make the same feature request sir

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A cloud git-platform which doesn't support signed commits!

What a joke..

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The feature request is here.  Please add votes!

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@Matt Beary thanks for the link. I just voted. The feature request is nearly 10 years old. OMG.

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Both gitlab and github support GPG. Would be nice to have it in bitbucket as well.

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Would love this feature also.

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We just moved to BB from GH, was surprised not to find this feature :( in BB Cloud, any update @jredmond ?

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Surprised not to see this feature on Bitbucket Cloud. 


Any updates?

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Surprised as well. GitHub and Gitlab the two main competitor have them already.

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Any updates? Don't get why extra level of security is ignored by bitbucket.

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It was a year without answer from Atlassian. Do you plan to implement it?

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Wow, I just spent some time looking for this in settings and profile, because I wanted to allow only signed commits. Coming from Bitbucket Server, I expected that this feature will be available, I am rather disappointed.

Is adding support planned anytime soon?


This is some major suckage... especially since both gitlab and github support it, even your server offering.

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The feature request is: BCLOUD-3166. For those interested, please vote there!

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Thanks! At the time of voting, it seems that 'only' 260+ people voted for this issue... which was opened in 2011!

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That's pretty typical for security features like this.  I've rarely seen devs using signed commits. 

It is 2021, and it is still in "FUTURE CONSIDERATION"!

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Bloody joke. Au Revoir ..

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