I have already set my global username/email and a repository specific username/email from the SourceTree terminal and it works for the web updates. But still the commits I make from my own PC are shown as unknown to myself and my teammates. How can I fix this problem? Also, the terminal shows my commands under my PC's name, could it be the cause of this problem?
Thanks in advance!
The "unknown" and using your PC's name would suggest that your own PC's local copy of the git repository doesn't have an email configured.
On your own PC open a terminal and `cd` to your git repository. Run the following the command to config your email address.
`git config --global user.email "MY_NAME@example.com"`
To make your old commits display the correct user you can add an alias for your PC's name in your BitBucket repository: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Set+your+username+for+Bitbucket+actions#SetyourusernameforBitbucketactions-Aliasconfiguration
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