If you see the list of repositories empty or you are missing a specific repository, it might be due to 2 reasons

Option A - The issue tracker is not activated in your repository

By default, Bitbucket does not activate the issue tracker for repositories. To do so, follow the steps below

Step 1: Log into your Bitbucket account and select your repository

Step 2: Go in the Settings

Step 3: Find the Issue tracker menu

Step 4: Activate the issue tracker. You can choose to make it Public or Private as our app supports both.

Option B - You have read-only access to the repository

Since all repositories listed in Marker are associated with your Bitbucket account, you need to make sure that you are a contributor. Contributors are either owners, admin or have write access. If you have read-only access on some repositories, Marker will note show those repos.

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