remove team member

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Bitbucket Cloud Teams

As the team administrator, how do I remove a member from the team who is no longer part of the team?

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I have the real answer now.

Make sure you go to the 'Teams' setting menu:

  1. Select Teams at the top
  2. Select Manage team on the right hand side
  3. Go to Plan details

From here you should be able to see who is attached to a group / repo, you can simply remove them by selecting the (x) next to the user

I have no clue what you are talking about.  After logging into Bitbucket, I do not see any "Teams" or anything else "at the top".  What are you talking about?

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In the popup menu from your profile icon (bottom left). Follow your team's link and hit the "Settings" button (visible only to team admins).

You remove their accounts in the "Settings > Permission" page 

I can't find a Settings Permission page... so All i could do was Team -> click ManageTeam -> User Groups 

and for each group look for the member and remove them.


not very satisfactory and now I can still see a "member" of my team who is not in any group, I need to kick him off the team how do I do that?

I have the same problem. Users I removed from groups still appear in team "members", but they don't appears in the "users on plan" list. 

I haven't found a way to completely remove a user...

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