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transfer workspace from one account to another

Hello,

is there a way to transfer a whole workspace to another account? (i.e. all its projects and repositories)?

I know how to transfer individual repositories but i have a workspace with 100+ repositories and I'm looking for a better way than doing it individually.

 

Thank you !

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Tyler T Atlassian Team May 28, 2020

The easiest way to do that would be to add the other account to your workspace as an admin. Then you can remove the original account, effectively "transferring" the workspace.

Here is some additional documentation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/organize-your-workspace-into-user-groups-966686579.html

That's right! Workspaces are floating and belong to whoever admins them...

Thanks

Just a note: won't work on a free plan because then a workspace can have only 1 user. But yeah, would rather upgrade than transfer 100 repos manually

Free plan allows 5 users :-)

Unless the user leaves your organisation and forgets to transfer they're workspaces or repo. At which point your completely stuck and possible can't retrieve your code.

@Tyler T  We are trying your advice. We rebranded our company with a new domain so we are trying to transfer all assets to the new account we created under the new company info. We cannot find a way to add a member of the new account to the old group that owns all the assets. What is the process ?

Tyler T Atlassian Team Nov 09, 2021

If the repositories are being moved to a new workspace (with the rebranded name), then the groups will need to be setup again. Groups are owned by workspaces.

From what you are describing, it sounds like it might be easier to rename the old workspace to the rebranded name. Otherwise the groups will need to be configured for the new workspace.

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