Members of a Codacy organization can access the Codacy app to see the dashboards and details of the organization repositories. Depending on their permissions on the Git provider, members can also manage the organization and repository settings on Codacy.
For private repositories, Codacy only analyzes commits from members of the corresponding organization on Codacy.
Make sure that you invite or ask your team members to join your organization on Codacy so that Codacy analyzes their commits to private repositories.
Contributors who aren't part of your Git provider organization can't join your organization on Codacy app, but you should still add them to your Codacy organization to analyze their commits to private repositories.
In some Enterprise plans, Codacy automatically adds to the organization new people that commit to your private repositories and analyzes their commits. Also, Codacy updates your seats automatically when adding new people.
To list and manage the members of your organization, open your organization Settings, page People. This page also shows when the organization members last logged in to the Codacy app:
Joining an organization#
To become a member of an organization on Codacy app you must sign up to Codacy using your Git provider and follow the instructions to either join an existing organization or add a new one.
To join or add an organization after completing the sign-up process, click Organizations on the top right-hand menu under your avatar:
On Codacy Cloud, organization owners control if team members need an approval before joining their organizations.
Adding people to your organization#
On Codacy Cloud, organization owners can also add team members to their organization on Codacy. This is useful to allow Codacy to analyze commits to private repositories by contributors who haven't signed up to Codacy or joined the organization yet.
You can also use the Codacy API to add people to your Codacy organization. This is useful while adding a large amount of people or to automatically add new members of your Git provider organization to Codacy.
For Enterprise plans where Codacy automatically adds new people that commit to your private repositories, you can invite them to join your organization on the Codacy app.
To add members to your organization:
Open your organization Settings, page People, and click the button Add people.
Select people from the list displaying pending requests to join the organization, as well as recent contributors to the private repositories in your organization.
Alternatively, click Add people using email addresses to manually enter the list of email addresses of the people you wish to add.
Confirm the updated billing details displayed at the bottom of the window and click the button Add people. Codacy emails the newly added members inviting them to log in.
Removing people from your organization#
Members of an organization on Codacy can remove themselves from the organization, and organization owners can also remove other members.
When a member leaves an organization:
- Codacy stops analyzing commits from that member to private repositories in the organization
- On GitLab and Bitbucket organizations Codacy stops analyzing repositories that were added by the member
- Organizations must have at least one owner, so when the last organization owner leaves the organization they must either add someone else as owner or delete the organization
To remove members from your organization open your organization Settings, page People, and click the icon next to the members you wish to remove:
For Enterprise plans where Codacy automatically adds new people that commit to your private repositories, team members that you remove from your organization will be added again if they keep committing.
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