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This documentation applies to Codacy Self-hosted v3.0.0

For the latest updates and improvements, see the latest Cloud documentation instead.

What are synced organizations

Synced organizations let you automatically import your Git provider organizations, repositories (including your personal repositories that do not belong to a Git provider organization), and team members into Codacy with a few clicks.

Changes to the organizations, repositories, and team members are synchronized with Codacy in real time, avoiding the manual management of repositories and teams.

Adding an organization

To add a new organization to Codacy, select Add organization on the navigation menu.

Adding an organization

This opens the list of organizations on your Git providers. The organizations with the same name as your Git provider username contain your personal repositories.

  • To add a new organization to Codacy, click the button Add for that organization.
  • To add organizations from a Git provider that is not yet listed on this page, click Add provider and give the necessary permissions for Codacy to sync with the new Git provider and display your organizations.

Adding an organization


If you can't see the organization you are looking for, follow these troubleshooting instructions.

Managing people in an organization

To see and manage who joined your organization on Codacy open your organization Settings and open People.

Managing people in an organization

Members can add themselves to your Codacy organization when they log into Codacy using their Git provider credentials. In the Plan and Billing page there are different ways to control who can join your organization:

  • Allow new people to join: team members with access on the Git provider will be able to join the Codacy organization automatically and your billing will be updated accordingly.
  • New people need to request access to join: team members must request access to be able to join the Codacy organization. You can override this setting for organization owners.

The organizations that contain your personal repositories can only have the owner of the repositories as their single member.


If you are using Bitbucket Cloud the organization that contains your personal repositories can have other members, since Bitbucket Cloud does not have a different type of workspace for personal use.

Accepting new people to the organization

Members can remove themselves from organizations, while owners can remove themselves as well as other users, even other owners. Organizations must have at least one owner.

Updates on the Git provider

In case you change your organization or repository on the Git provider, some changes will be reflected on Codacy. The following cases are supported:

Provider Rename repository Change repository visibility Delete repository Rename organization or group Remove member from organization or group Delete organization or group
GitHub Cloud Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
GitHub Enterprise Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
GitLab Cloud No No No No No No
GitLab Enterprise Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bitbucket Cloud Yes Yes No No No No
Bitbucket Server Yes Yes No No No No

Check out the roles and permission mapping from the Git providers.

Deleting an organization

Delete an organization to remove that organization and all its repositories from Codacy.

To delete an organization, open the Profile page and click the button Delete organization.


If you are using Codacy Cloud we will ask for your feedback on why you are deleting your organization.

Deleting an organization

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Last modified October 1, 2020