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Unable to see BitBucket team repos in "Remote" on SourceTree

We have a main account for our business which has given access to its repos to employees via groups. However, when the employees add their BitBucket account to SourceTree, they can't see any of those repos on their remote.

We can add the repos directly, but then it seems like SourceTree asks for the user's password for every single action taken on the repo. Is there any way to fix this? I've seen a few other questions about this issue on here, but none of the suggestions helped sadly.

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