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workspaces and remote repository inconsistencies between browsers

george-soler
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July 8, 2023

For years I was using the Chrome browser to access my Bitbucket workspace and repositories (A,B,C,D).

Recently I switched to Firefox and created a new workspace and repository (E).

When I log into my Bitbucket account using Firefox, I see the most recent workspace/repository (E) but not (A,B,C,D).

When I log into my Bitbucket account using Chrome I see the older workspace/repositories (A,B,C,D), but not the new one (E).

I use the same login credentials on both browsers.

I wouldn't expect browser cache has any effect on this issue.

Can anybody tell me what's going on?

Thanks

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Theodora Boudale
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July 11, 2023

Hi George and welcome to the community!

A few months ago we made some changes in navigation that you can read about here:

When directly accessing bitbucket.org you will be redirected to the last workspace you visited, but not considering your personal workspace.

If you're working on Firefox on workspace-b this is considered the last workspace you visited. If you then open bitbucket.org in Chrome, you should get redirected to workspace-b. However, if you already have workspace-a open in Chrome and you navigate to pages of this workspace, then the last visited workspace changes to workspace-a.

You can view the rest of the workspaces you have access to by selecting your avatar (top right corner) > All workspaces. You can then select a different workspace from that list.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

Kind regards,
Theodora

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