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Nested groups / inheritance?

I don't see a way of adding a sub-group within a group in Bitbucket. I do see a lot of conversation around "stash" (apparently something different from `git stash`?) and LDAP/external user management, but not quite addressing what I'm looking for. 

I have several sub-teams within my teams that should all have a shared set of repos they can read from but different repos they should be able to write to. Is there a way I can set up my Bitbucket groups to mimic my organisational setup? Or do I need to set up one group per specific access set? 

I was able to set up nested groups in GitHub, so just trying to figure out if I can do the same here. 

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Hey @Walter Davies 

Stash was the previous name of Bitbucket on-premise ( https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/bitbucket-rebrand-faq-779298912.html#BitbucketrebrandFAQ-WhydidwerebrandStashtoBitbucketServer? )

As for Bitbucket Cloud, I don't believe the Cloud products currently support group nesting. We currently heavily leverage nested groups in our on-prem environment and it's a major downside of the Cloud model. There are some other mentions on this topic about Atlassian Access (including from Atlassians) on https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Atlassian-Access-questions/Does-Atlassian-Access-support-nested-groups/qaq-p/1525606 with some extra background and https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/ACCESS-654

CCM

Great info; thanks @Craig Castle-Mead ! And yes, that is rather a pain for setting up my org structure. :( 

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