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How can I merge the content of two Bitbucket users?

I have followed these instructions for Confluence: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-to-merge-two-users-content-ownership-and-permissions-in-confluence-957149073.html

I need the corresponding instructions for Bitbucket too, specifically for comments, approvers etc. I understand that commits go by the Git history in the respository, I am less concerned about this. I realise that these operations are not officially supported and may result in disaster etc.

I was unable to find any corresponding instructions for Bitbucket during my own searches though.

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Hi There!

Theres no option to merge accounts. You will need to select which account you wish to use and transfer their repositories from one account to another.

None of the team members have personal repositories so i don't need to worry about that. I am only concerned with approvers and comments.

I am aware that there is no option to merge accounts, but I want to know which rows/tables in the database to edit, same as the Confluence counterpart I linked.

Hey,

any update on this topic?

Regards, Mat

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