Git is configered with correct email address and user name and they show up fine in commits I push to the repository. However I noticed that for actions done trough the website Bitbucket uses my default email and name.
For example in a merge commit (done from the site) there is:
Approved by: My Bitbucket Name <default-email>
I would like to use one of my alliases as the email for this particular repository and or project.
Is that possible?
Hi Boyan, I'm not sure if I'm following your description correctly. Are you saying you'd like Bitbucket to show the same email address and username that you've configured locally in your computer for Git?
Bitbucket uses the email address and username that are set as main for Bitbucket. If you want, you can change this email address and username at https://bitbucket.org/account/user/<username>/. If you want it to display a different email address or username only for a specific repository that's not possible at the moment, you'll need to create a different Bitbucket account and push from that one.
At the moment it's not possible to have multiple email addreses linked to your Bitbucket account. If you'd like, you can submit a Feature request to make it possible to have several aliases added to a Bitbucket account in our public issue tracker.
Hope this helps!
That's exactly what I want. I thought I can excape the complexity of multiple accounts by using email aliases, but for certain actions they are not the case.
Actually it's a bit simpler, I just want one of the aliases to be associated with particular repositories, so that it appears in commit messages made from the site.
Currently as a workaround I made my company email address primary (for code reviews etc) and for personal repositories I just use bitbucket as storage and interact with it only trough the git client.
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