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Bitbucket's help says:

if your account's username is happy_cat, you would need to create a new account with a username of happycat to use this feature

That's my case, so I created a second account so that I can use the feature.

PROBLEM: I can't use this account with my SSH key, I am told:

Someone has already registered that SSH key.

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Using several SSH keys is a pain... is there a trick to make it work with the same SSH key?

(The exact same problem happens with Github)

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