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I see that we can add Groups to our account which can then be attached to repositories and/or forks and manage access to those repositories all through that screen. The only minor issue with this is that in order to remove a person (say an employee leaves the company) from all projects that s/he is associated with, is to manually go through all our groups and remove that user from each one. Is there any way to say "remove a user from all groups associated with this account?" Or do we have to go through group by group and delete the user?
You'd need to manually remove the user from each group. We find that most small teams only have a user in one or two groups so this typically isn't an issue. If you'd like to see this added as an enhancement in the future, please raise it on https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/new.
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