Can´t find option Create "App Password" for Team

I want to publish my Android libraries with  Jitpack, and they ask me for an username and app password in order to access my private repositories from Bitbucket. 

The repository  is "owned" by a "team".

I ´m the admin of the team, and want to create an App Password for the repo, but I can´t.

I see how I can create an APP Password for my user but I don't find the same link/page for the team.

Is this a glitch in the UI or a missing feature or am I looking in the wrong place?

Thanks for your help.

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Hi Sandra! Team administration changed and now you can no longer manage repositories with a team account. Now, team members use their individual Bitbucket accounts to access the team and commit changes. This was announced at Team account changes.

Can you confirm that the repo is owned by a team account and not by an individual user? If so, please let us know the name of the repo so we can have a look into it.



Hi Ana, Thanks for your answer. 

I'm not login with the team account, I use my individual account, but I'm admin of the team. 

I can´t  find the optión Manage Team either, so I'm a little lost here. 





Thanks for your help & best regards,

Sandra Estrada

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Hi Sandra! If you're an admin for that team you can create an App password using your individual Bitbucket account and use it for the team. You can find the steps at App Passwords.

Also there isn't a Manage team button, you can do all operations regarding the team from the Settings page. Fore more info, you can visit Manage an individual account or a team.

Hope this helps!


This question may be related to this question also posted to Community:

Which may indicate a recent Atlassian Cloud breakage in app passwords used in conjunction with teams.


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