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my collaborators cannot see repository on sourcetree

he is logged in correctly with Oauth on sourcetree

i added him to the repository with write permissions, nothing happened, cannot see

i added him to a group and then added the group with write permission, nothing.

i added another myself account to the repository, i cannot watch the  repository

what am i doing wrong ?


he can see on bitbucket that he is added to the repository in question on web(chrome). 

my other account can see the repository on bitbucket web(chrome)

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minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 10, 2018


Can you try refreshing the Oauth token in Sourcetree and see if it then becomes visible?

Which version of Sourcetree are you running?

using sourcetree 

what i mean is why can´t i see the repositories i am invited to as if they  were remote repositories when adding a new repository?, i dont know why that isnt possible, 

i cloned the repository using the option in bitbucket web  but it seems like a clunky solution. 


if i was invited then show them as repositories i can clone from new repository option in source tree. 

minnsey Atlassian Team Apr 19, 2018


Yes you should be able to view them in Sourcetree, we will take a look and see if we can identify any issues.

Hi there -- I'm having this exact same issue.  Did you ever find a solution to it?


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