How can I add an access key to all repositories in a bitbucket project?

 

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Go to the project > Settings > Access Keys and add the access key. It will apply to all repositories in the project.

Thanks, but I don't have this option in Project > Settings, although I'm an admin in the team that owns the project. Is it possible that I'm an admin in the team, but not in the project itself? If so how can the owner of the project add me as an admin?

I have the same problem: I don't have "Access Keys" in Project > Settings, although I'm the owner of the team and the project. Where we can find this configuration?

My perception is that this feature is only available to hosted server users. 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/ssh-access-keys-for-system-use-776639781.html

Maybe Michael can verify whether there is a similar feature for the cloud product. 

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