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Someone has already added that SSH key. (I have added it to another repo with another gmail acc))

When I try to add SSH key to my bitbucket repo I got this error "Someone has already added that SSH key."

This happens because I've already added same SSH key to another bitbucket repo where I logged in with ANOTHER gmail. As I understand my one bitbucket account shouldn't know about another bitbucket account.

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That is correct, you should not be sharing keys across accounts.

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G subramanyam Community Leader Jun 21, 2022

Hi @Andrii Kravets welcome to the Atlassian community.

I see you posted the same question twice and on another group. hence, deleting the other question.

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