An account has administrator permissions on a Bitbucket Cloud repository, if the account has access to the repository settings icon (a cog). An account can become an administrator of a repository:
- The Bitbucket repository was created through the account. Repository creators are automatically administrators.
- The account was specified as the Owner on the repository creation dialog.
- Another administrator can add your account as an administrator of a repository.
- Your account is an administrator on a team account; In this case you have administrative permissions to all the repositories owned by the team.
For more information about permissions, see the overview of Bitbucket permissions.
Topics in this section
- Set repository privacy and forking options
- Grant repository access to users and groups
- Use access keys
- Map existing commits to username aliases
- Link to a web service
- Transfer repository ownership
- Reduce repository size
- Delete a repository
- Pull request and merge settings
- Change the remote URL to your repository
- Manage webhooks
- Smart Mirroring for Bitbucket Cloud