Can you explain in more detail how I can set this up then? I am not following you completely.
Right now I have a repo with ssh, if I want to use https on it, do I just change the url and it will default back to the password method?
actually I guess that is how you do it, I tried it and it worked so thank you.
This is mostly correct. If you already cloned the repository using SSH, you'll need to change your remote setting in Git. To do this:
git remote -v
This will show the current repository URL aliases.
Find the one that looks like ssh: email@example.com:[your username]/[your repo].git
Remove that entry.
git remote rm origin
Then add the new HTTPS URL
git remote add origin https://bitbucket.org/[your username]/[your repo slug].git
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