How about letting us add new files to a repo via web interface? (BB-9558)

Issue #8434 duplicate
trijezdci created an issue

Bitbucket has had file editing via web interface for quite some time now, but what about removing files and adding new files via web interface, too?

Many of us have iPads (or other tablets) now and use them while commuting or on the road. We could all be much more productive if we got the full set of features (add new files, edit existing files, remove existing files) via web interface.

Your consideration would be very much appreciated.

Comments (13)

  1. Daniel Bennett staff
    • changed status to open

    I can't give a definite release date but I can tell you that this is something that is in the works.

  2. Integration Admin

    This isn't a duplicate - Bitbucket only allows you to create new blank files and edit them with text. What if I want to upload an image or icon?

  3. SARAS

    +1. It is certainly helpful to have files uploaded directly, rather than create a blank file, and add the contents.

  4. Marty Foo

    I want to be able to use a BitBucket repo to store test artefacts generated by non-technicals, and have those non-technicals be able to upload to the repo without having to have a local checkout that is up to date. I know this is an edge use case but it would be very useful.

  5. Ilya Mokin

    As Integration Admin said

    This isn't a duplicate - Bitbucket only allows you to create new blank files and edit them with text. What if I want to upload an image or icon?

    We still can't upload image files through Web UI

  6. Former user Account Deleted

    GitHub supports upload files via their website, so it would be a good idea to match that support for those who want to migrate from GitHub to Bitbucket. I was going to do this migration until I learned there was no web file upload.

  7. Partha Roy

    I tried copy pasting file contents from local machine to web editor interface - the file is listed when I click <>Source , but then when I click on it - Hmm could not find file or directory - hmmmm - bug?

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