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How do I add breezycloud in the tutorial repository?

breezycloud does not produce results for a user, as it says I need an email to add them. What should I do for the group project tutorial?

3 answers

Same Problem here

I am just facing the same issue here. 

I suggest that you ask a friend (experienced or not) to be your teammate on the repo. 

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Gabriel M Atlassian Team Jan 10, 2020

Hi everybody,

We checked the documentation Create a repository and add a teammate and, currently, it is outdated and, for that reason, is providing the steps to add another user using his username (no longer supported) instead of his email address.

In this case, as Kelvin mentioned, to proceed in this tutorial please try to add a coworker or a friend.

Cheers,
Gabriel Marcolino,
Atlassian Support Engineer

Gabriel M Atlassian Team Jan 10, 2020

I forgot to mention but, I contacted our team responsible for the documentation and I believe that it will soon be fixed.

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