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Repos are missing in search only visible from direct link

Started around a year or so ago. I've notices that some of my repos are missing. Searching will result in "No repositories match". The project list is also different.

Once I get the missing repo URL (from the client), it will open and now it will reappear and will be shown in the repo search. Also, my projects list is now different this will persist until I logout..

Anyone had this? How do I consolidate both?

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Seems to be related to "Workspaces". Once I switch a workspace, I can toggle to old/new repos and projects.

I came to this trying to solve another issue where I could not create a new repo since the 'Create' button would only have the option "Snippet".

Not sure how did my repos and projects got split, but now at least it makes some sense.

Mark C
Atlassian Team
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Sep 26, 2023

Hi @bauerdev,

Thank you for reaching out to the community.

Based on the description, this seems to be related to the Single workspace scoped navigation feature that is part of Improving navigation for Bitbucket users.

Mark C

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