I know that if I'm a member of some team I could turn on 2FA but if I'm in admin position obvious security policy is "Enforce users to use 2FA". How can I do that? Is there any admin option for that?
Unfortunately there isn't an option that you can force your users to use 2FA, even if you are the administrator of that team/repo. Actually, we have an improvement request feature open for it on this link: https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/11712/allow-team-admins-to-require-two-step
Feel free to share your thoughts there and what that for any news.
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