Repository access summary


we assign access to Bitbucket repos by groups and occasionally also by individually assigning users.

Now for a compliance report I'd need to figure out to which particular repos a given user has access to.

For groups this is rather easy: Check group member ship and then use the tab "repositories" next to it.

But how do I find out which repos this user may have been added individually to?

I couldn't find any option to do that (apart from manually checking each repo - which is hillarious once the number of repos is somewhat larger...)



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Hi Chris,

On the "Plan details" page in team settings, you can view access rights (by group or repo) for individual users. This may not help for a comprehensive compliance report as it is a user-by-user operation, but it might be quicker than going through each repository. Hope that helps!


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