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[SOLVED] How do I understand which free plan limit have I exceeded?

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Hello,

the "free plan limit exceeded" alert popped up in my dashboard and my repository is in read-mode only.

I rarely use bitbucket, therefore I find it hard to understand what I did wrong. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

 

I am a single user, I have no build and my repository is under 1gb

Thanks for your help 

 

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Self answer

I had given shared access to a few repositories and in time the user base growth without me knowing about it. 

Found under settings -> PLANS AND BILLING -> users on plan

 

 

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team May 15, 2019

Hi Enrico, welcome to the Community! Glad you were able to find out.

To make it easier for other users to find your answer, I'll add it here:

I had given shared access to a few repositories and in time the user base growth without me knowing about it. 

Found under settings -> PLANS AND BILLING -> users on plan

Thanks, and if you need anything else, let us know :) 

Best regards,

Ana

suma 07-2-2021

Hello,

the "free plan limit exceeded" alert popped up in my dashboard and my repository is in read-mode only.

I rarely use bitbucket, therefore I find it hard to understand what I did wrong. Can somebody point me in the right direction?

 

I am a single user, I have no build and my repository is under 1gb

Thanks for your help 

 

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Self answer

I had given shared access to a few repositories and in time the user base growth without me knowing about it. 

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