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Before the introduction of "Teams", we created the equivalent by setting up a new user account e.g. "CompanyName".
We're now in the position that we would really like to convert this account to a team of the same name in order to make use of "projects". We have numerous automated builds set up that depend on that part of the repo path so ideally, this team would have the same name.
Is this possible without too many arduous steps? I.e. rename account (thus breaking all automated builds), set up the new team then migrating all those repos over. When we went through this process on Github, there was a handy "Make this account a team account button".
According to our documentation:
You can't convert an individual account to a Bitbucket team and vice versa. As an alternative, you can Transfer repositories and groups to your team to reassign existing repositories to a team.
Hope that it helps.
Lucas de Moura
Not really what I was after because we're looking to maintain the repo urls, but thanks for the swift response. Assuming then there's no convenient method, if we were to:
Would we have any issues at #4 creating a new Team with the same name as a recently deleted user and subsequently migrating a bunch of repos back to a previously used (but now deleted) repo address?
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