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Public Access for bitbucket cloud

I have several Repos which I would like to make publicly available. They are set to be public, but users must still have an ssh key registered with an account to clone/pull. I have seen some posts about enabling public access for anonymous/unauthenticated users, but do not see this option anywhere. How do I enable this?

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Hello @jasonBerger,

users must still have an ssh key registered with an account to clone/pull

If you make your repository public, anyone can clone, even anonymous users. The clone dialog will suggest an authenticated URL for the users that have an account, but they don't necessarily have to use it.

If you open your repository in browser's private mode (aka incognito mode), you'll see Clone button in the top right corner which will show HTTPS clone URL – it works without authentication.

Anonymous users can't use SSH clone URL though, as it always requires authentication.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers,
Daniil

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