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Sourcetree can't see repo I have access to.

When I log into bitbucket with my email, I see the repo that someone else created and set me up as admin to. I added myself in the users and groups access area, as a write user. When I go to sourcetree, and refresh the repo, it can't see me. It doesn't see the repo, and when I try to clone by URL, it errors out with no permissions. Why can I log in and see everything I need, but sourcetree can't?

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Manju Atlassian Team May 29, 2018

Please specify the version of Sourcetree you are using and the OS on which you are seeing this.

It's on 2.7.3. And it's both windows and mac ( latest versions ).

Manju Atlassian Team May 30, 2018

Sorry for having missed it earlier, what hosting service are you connected to? Is it Bitbucket?

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