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Allow anonymous access to project (Bitbucket Cloud)


I need to allow anonymous users (without an Atlassian account) to see my public project.


Even with public project ( Got image when Admin permission), so unchecking the privacy box, an anonymous user cannot access to project. 


Found documentation for open up project just for Bitbucket server and not for Cloud. 

The question is simple: Is this feature available for cloud instance or not ? 

If this feature exists, how can i allow this behaviour for anon users?


Thanks in advance, JO

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Theodora Boudale
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jun 09, 2021

Hi @Jacopo Orlandini ,

I have been able to reproduce this behavior, we have a bug report for this in our issue tracker:

In the meantime, until this is fixed, it should be possible for users without a Bitbucket account to access any public repos you have in this project via the URL:

where <workspace-id> replace with the workspace id of your own workspace that owns these repos.

This page will show all public repos owned by this workspace, and not only the ones of a specific project.

Is this something that works for you?

Kind regards,

Thanks Theodora for the immediate feedback.

This is a workaround acceptable for my purpose but not optimal for project segregation.

Following with interest, the bug report 

In the meantime, stay safe and stay healthy


Best regards, Jacopo

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