We've moved from GitHub to Bitbucket Cloud, and there's a feature I can't seem to find an equivalent of. In GitHub, I can star a repo, and then view all of my starred repos under my profile.
We're using BB as a team, and most of our repos are private and owned by the team, but there are a few public repos (not ours) that I'd like to be able to easily find, like the one owned by Atlassian that contains all of the sample Pipelines/Pipes.
I can see that I can download, clone, or fork it, but none of those are really what I want. I'm just looking for a way to mark it as one I'm interested in. Am I missing this feature, or does it not exist?
Thanks. It's kind of messy, because there's no indication that it's not one of our company repos, and if the list gets too long it takes multiple clicks to find, but I guess it'll do.
Seems like Atlassian missed out on a pretty simple feature to implement, and I'm betting a lot of customers who are used to GitHub are going to really miss it.
(prepare to smile)
If you want to watch all of your watched repos you need:
1) click "Your profile and settings" button at bottom left and choose "Personal settings" item;
2) then on "Personal settings" page click on "Notifications" item at "General" section;
3) next click "Manage" button near the "Repositories" item at "You are watching" section - BINGO!) finally you are at the "Watched repositories".