Introducing groups

By on February 28, 2011

Yesterday we rolled out an new way to better manage your teams through the use of groups.

Group management in Bitbucket

Here’s what the group feature gives you:

To try out groups, select the ‘Global permissions and groups‘ feature from your account management page.

  • http://twitter.com/andypeters Andy Peters

    this is good news and a step in a great direction for many…

  • http://twitter.com/andypeters Andy Peters

    this is good news and a step in a great direction for many…

  • http://twitter.com/andypeters Andy Peters

    this is good news and a step in a great direction for many…

  • Fan

    Some comments about your recent user page redesign.nn1. Put the “followers” thumbnails below the project repositories, the code is much more important and should be presented as such. Not to mention that people can “follow” you only to get their face on your page – I don’t have a problem with that, but they should not be the first thing people see when they want to check out my projects.nn2. The repository column does not stand out from the newsfeed column. The individual projects kind of get lost with the rest of the page now, there’s no colour only text.nnI honestly think that this new design lacks the individuality of the old one, there’s simply nothing that tells me “I’m looking at a BitBucket page”. At least add some more colours.

  • Fan

    Some comments about your recent user page redesign.

    1. Put the “followers” thumbnails below the project repositories, the code is much more important and should be presented as such. Not to mention that people can “follow” you only to get their face on your page – I don’t have a problem with that, but they should not be the first thing people see when they want to check out my projects.

    2. The repository column does not stand out from the newsfeed column. The individual projects kind of get lost with the rest of the page now, there’s no colour only text.

    I honestly think that this new design lacks the individuality of the old one, there’s simply nothing that tells me “I’m looking at a BitBucket page”. At least add some more colours.

  • Fan

    Some comments about your recent user page redesign.

    1. Put the “followers” thumbnails below the project repositories, the code is much more important and should be presented as such. Not to mention that people can “follow” you only to get their face on your page – I don’t have a problem with that, but they should not be the first thing people see when they want to check out my projects.

    2. The repository column does not stand out from the newsfeed column. The individual projects kind of get lost with the rest of the page now, there’s no colour only text.

    I honestly think that this new design lacks the individuality of the old one, there’s simply nothing that tells me “I’m looking at a BitBucket page”. At least add some more colours.

  • Anonymous

    good move, but i`m waiting for github-like groups (organizations) — it`s very useful feature.

  • Anonymous

    good move, but i`m waiting for github-like groups (organizations) — it`s very useful feature.

  • Anonymous

    good move, but i`m waiting for github-like groups (organizations) — it`s very useful feature.