To view the profile page, log-in and click on your avatar at the top right page corner. Then click on the profile name. Select the settings page where you can:
- Change the avatar
- Update password
- Add and update email addresses
- Delete organizations
You must be an admin to delete an organization.
- Leave organizations
You can leave an organization on which you are an admin only if other admins exist on that organization.
- Manage SSH keys for accessing the account
- Delete your account
Deleting your account is possible only if you are not an admin on any organization.
To view an organization, select the organization from the avatar's drop-down list. An organization's admin can:
- Click on the edit button to change the organization's image, name, homepage, or description.
- Click on the Settings button to edit the organization's members, billing and integrations.
Change the settings of the scopes by clicking the settings on the scope page. You can access the scope page via the url:
bit.dev/<owner>/<scope>. Then click the settings button. To make modifications to the scope you need to have admin privileges.
On the scope page you can edit the scope's description or access the settings page to:
- Change the scope's license.
- Change the scope's visibility (public / private).
- Delete the scope from bit.dev.
- Manage the users that can access the scope and change their permissions.
Users and Roles
Use the permission tab of the scope to add, remove, and change permissions for users for the scope.
scope's members are assigned with 3 possible roles:
|Edit scope's information||Yes||No||No|
*Viewing, importing and installing is available for all users for public scopes.
Here are the steps to transfer scopes that were created on personal account to an organizations account (or between different owners or scopes).
Make sure you have both scopes defined on bit.dev and that you have writing permissions to the new scope, and at least viewing permissions to the old scope.
Create an empty directory and initialize it with a bit scope mkdir <scope-dir> # create an empty directory cd <scope-dir> bit init successfully initialized a bit workspace. Import all components from the old scope to the local scope bit import "<old-owner>.<old-scope-name>/*" successfully imported x components Export all components to the new scope rewiring all their dependencies to the new scope bit export <new-owner>.<new-scope> --set-current-scope --rewire --include-dependencies --all bit requests approval exported x components to scope <new-owner>.<new-scope>