My account

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My profile page

To view your profile page, log-in and click on your avatar at the top right page corner. Then click on “My Profile”:

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You will find all of your Scopes under this page.

Generating and Adding an SSH Key

A common transport protocol for Bit when self-hosting is over SSH. This is because SSH access to servers is already set up in most places – and if it isn’t, it’s easy to do. SSH is also an authenticated network protocol; and because it’s ubiquitous, it’s generally easy to set up and use.

This makes SSH the preferred method for collaboration when developing components for remote Scopes.

Generating an SSH key with MacOS

To generate an SSH key simply follow these steps:

  1. Open the terminal application.
  2. Run this command (replace ‘email’ with the email associated with your BitSrc account):

ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "your_email@example.com"

  1. Accept the default location for the key file.
  2. To add a private key to the SSH-agent please follow the steps below:

Start the SSH agent: eval "$(ssh-agent -s)"

Add the private key we’ve created in the last step: ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa

Generating an SSH key with Windows

To generate an SSH key, please follow these steps:

  1. Download and start the puttygen.exe generator.
  2. In the “Parameters” section choose SSH2 DSA and press Generate.
  3. Move your mouse randomly in the small screen in order to generate the key pairs.
  4. Enter a key comment, which will identify the key (useful when you use several SSH keys).
  5. Type in the passphrase and confirm it. The passphrase is used to protect your key. You will be asked for it when you connect via SSH.
  6. Click “Save private key” to save your private key.
  7. Click “Save public key” to save your public key.

Changing profile Settings

To change your profile settings: Click the avatar on the top right side and click “Settings”:

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Change your avatar, password, or profile information

Managing Emails

Go to profile settings and choose “Emails”. There you can manage your account’s Emails, add Emails and set your primary Email.

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Changing my Avatar

To change your avatar: Go to your Settings page (by clicking the avatar on the top right side). Click “upload new avatar” next to your Avatar. You will be redirected to Gravatar. Sign up and follow the steps to change your avatar.

Updating my password

To update your password: Go to your Settings page (by clicking the avatar on the top right side). Under the change password section, click “request a new one here.” A password reset link will be sent to your registered email. Follow the email instructions.

Note: The link is valid for 24 hours.

If you face any problems, you can email us at team@bitsrc.io.

My Dashboard

When you log in to BitSrc, you are greeted with your personalized dashboard. This dashboard contains updates and data relevant to your work and activity within the BitSrc community.

Component feed

The main section of the dashboard is dedicated to showing you all the recent updates to components which are relevant to you. Components in Scopes you like Components you like Components you use which new updates Etc… Items are listed by updated date, starting at the top of the page.

Scopes list

The right pane of the screen has a list of all the Scopes you have writing permission to, so you can easily access them and see if any specific changes have been made.