Bitbucket switched my credentials to use Atlassian rather than my old user name. Now SourceTree is asking for a password for my old account name, but that doesn't work, nor does my Atlassian password.
What do I have to do to get SourceTree set up with the new Atlassian credentials so I can get working again?
I was using a gmail account to log in to both of them. When they merged them it still worked on both of them but the personas were merged into one. I assumed the Bitbucket account was subsumed into the Atlassian since it took the Atlassian persona.
i recommend you log in to Bitbucket/Atlassian with your browser and confirm/change your password there and once that's done you can reinstate that credential in SourceTree.
These credential mergers are always messy. I had the same problems when Intuit merged my Mint account.
From the website, "App passwords allow two-step verification users to access their Bitbucket account through apps such as SourceTree."
I had 2FA enabled during the migration so that's what I used. You can access it from the website in Settings->Access Management->App passwords.
I've tried to use my Atlassian password after the merge but that doesn't work.
I posted this as a comment because this doesn't really solve the problem per se, just adding another password to use for SourceTree.
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