How Can I Access a Private Bitbucket Repository

Part of Screencast Series: Bitbucket: How To

Published July 2016

Share your private repositories with the right people

One of the main reasons why people use Bitbucket is the pricing structure - Bitbucket caters to the needs of people and organizations that need private repositories. Accessing a private repository, or providing access to someone else for a repository that you administrate, is a simple process. This screencast will explain the basics of not only accessing such a repository, but also of sharing and granting access to one of your private repositories, something that you’ll be able to head out and try out for yourself as soon as you’re done watching!

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David Schokker

David Schokker is a software tester with over 10 years of experience working in the Telecommunications and Personal Finance fields. When David isn't at work he likes to help with, and run gaming community events as well as develop websites to help support the community.