how do I search for a repository

Now that the search function has changed, I used to be able to search for a repository name. How do I do that now? I do not want to search for code.

Thank you.

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In the search bar at the top right, type the text you want to search for. If you don't click 'enter', Bitbucket will search for repositories that match your terms and put them in the dropdown that appears under the search bar.

Thank you Kristy for the answer. However, that is not documented anywhere that I could find, and it it is not intuitively obvious.

May I suggest that when you change the behavior of an existing function, there should be documentation or help information that shows how to execute the original behavior.

Thank you again.

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