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OAuth for multiple accounts doesn't work

In SourceTree, I have added multiple accounts that I have in BitBucket. The accounts are authenticated via OAuth. I can access the repos for those accounts.

However, because it's authenticated via OAuth, I have to logout in Atlassian to authenticated the 2nd account. When I do that, the first account's OAuth fails since it cannot be refreshed.

Is there no other way to use OAuth and multiple accounts? Do I have to use the basic authentication instead?

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Manju Atlassian Team Mar 14, 2018

Can you please specify the version of Sourcetree and the platform you are on (windows/macOS)?

SourceTree: 2.4.8.0

OS: Windows 10 x64 Pro

Please see attached screenshot. It shows the issue of an already authenticated account. I need to refresh the token again to keep it active. And when dealing with multiple accounts, i need to switch logins and authenticate both which is a pain to do. If I have more than 2 BitBucket accounts (due to different work requirements), it will become unmanageable.

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