Make a repo private or public

As a repository administrator, you can set your Bitbucket Cloud repository as private or public.  A private repository is visible only to users who have permission to see it. A public repository is visible to everyone. 

You can set your Bitbucket repository, wiki, and issue tracker as private or public, independently of each other. For example, you can hide your code from the world by setting your repository as private, but let people see your documentation and issues by marking your wiki and issue tracker as public. Or you could set your repository and wiki as public but keep your issue tracker private.  You can change any of these settings from private to public, or public to private, at any time.

Configuring the Private/Public Settings

  1. Go to the Bitbucket repository's  settings.
  2. Tick the this is a private repository check box to make your repository private.
    Untick it to make the code base public.
  3. Click Save repository details.

Repository privacy, permissions, and more

Make the tracker private or public

Make a wiki private or public

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