Using project permissions

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Stash allows you to manage the permissions for the repositories in a project in an aggregated way.

There are 3 levels of project permission that you can assign to a user or group for a project: Admin, Write and Read.

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To modify permissions for a project, go to SettingsPermissions for the project. Click in the Add Users or Add Groups fields in the relevant section to search for, and bulk add, users or groups. Now choose a permission from the drop-down list, and click Add.

Once added, you can use the checkboxes to edit specific permissions for particular users or groups.

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