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Hi, I want to add a new ssh key in my personal account as I have switched to a new device. However, it prompts this error "Someone has already added that SSH key." when adding, but I don't think the key was added before in any projects. Could you please advise the solution?
Hi @Zhou Mo and welcome to the community.
I would suggest checking the following places:
Account SSH keys
Check the keys listed in https://bitbucket.org/account/settings/ssh-keys/, in case this key is already added to your account's SSH keys. You can select the pencil icon that edits each key, in order to view each key's value.
Workspace SSH keys
I can see that you are an administrator of another workspace (apart from your personal one) that has SSH keys associated with it.
Go to this page https://bitbucket.org/account/workspaces/ to see all your workspaces listed, and select Manage for this other workspace > select SSH keys, and then check the SSH keys listed there.
Please feel free to let me know how it goes.