Adding a repo at team level

When I go to, there aren't any repos.  When I try to add one, it goes into my personal view whereas I want the whole team to see it. This isn't "my" repo, this is a team repo. How can I achieve that?

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Hi FrançoisI've tried reproducing this issue, but when I go to my team and try to create a repo, it uses my reponame by default (although I have the option to change this if I'd like). Have you checked if you have the right permissions to create repositories in that account?

If you're still unable to figure out what's happening, you can tell us your username and the name of the team and we'll have a look.




As I can access my team url (like without getting a 401, I thought I was a member of it. But actually I'm not.

But this leads to another question then, how come I can see a team projects list if I'm not  a member of it?


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