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how does a complete beginner upload an existing git project into Bitbucket Edited

I have an existing project on my PC. How does a complete bitbucket beginner upload it to bitbucket?

I am sure this is documented somewhere, but I cannot get a straight answer. For instance this page looks like the appropriate page. But step 1 says:

  1. Open the repository you want to migrate

So I assume that means the local repository on my PC? Then all I am getting is a very bare window. It looks nothing like the window I see in step 2 of the above page. It talks about the "Build status" column or the "File -> Migrate" menu option, but I cannot see anything like that in my Sourcetree window.

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HI @Peter Ballard 

Welcome to the community!

Look at the below article, hope it helps..

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Tyler T Atlassian Team Jan 28, 2020

Hi @Peter Ballard , welcome to the Community!

I'd start out by looking at this tutorial:

That should provide a nice overview of how repositories on your local computer interact with Bitbucket.

To more specifically address your question, you can use this other resource to add a remote URL to your local repository and then push it up to Bitbucket:

Once you have a remote repo setup, you will need to add a remote repo url to your local git config, and set an upstream branch for your local branches. The git remote command offers such utility.

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