Want to see your CI results directly in Bitbucket? This feature provides a build status on commits, branches, and pull requests, indicating when it's safe to merge changes.
We introduced a new way to manage teams in 2011 called groups. Groups allow you to administer your team members and provide access to specific repositories. The feedback from our users was that the groups management UI is not optimal. We listened, and we completely revamped groups management.
Keep team leads, project managers and product owners informed about development progress taking place in Bitbucket with the new JIRA development panel. The new development panel for JIRA is available today for Atlassian OnDemand customers. For JIRA download users, you can freely get the JIRA DVCS Connector via the Atlassian Marketplace.
We've made it easier than ever to add an image to your pull requests, issues, and comments. Just drag any image to the text box or click the image icon to upload the image directly to Bitbucket. Share a screen shot of a bug in action, or just let the image do the talking for your code reviews.
We recently spent time during one of Atlassian's ShipIt days enhancing our online editing functionality by adding create, rename, and delete support. Now, after a bit of refinement and polish, we're happy to release these new features to our users. Hop over to the Source tab of one of your projects and give it a spin!
From the repository header, you can now quickly create a branch and take advantage of feature-based workflows that Git opens up. We've also made visualizing branches has never been easier. Quickly identify outstanding work that needs to be merged, or check how up to date your working branch is from the default branch (e.g. master) with the Behind/Ahead function
Branch restrictions is a new repository write permission that allows you to control who can commit to specific branches in a repository. Branch permissions are set on a per-repository basis by specifying a user or group who already has access to a given repository.
When it comes to your account on Bitbucket, security and privacy is paramount — which is why we’ve added a full audit log for any changes made to personal and teams accounts. Changes made by yourself, or third party applications configured via OAuth will be recorded in the audit log.
“+1″ comments — the quickest, easiest way for people to voice their agreement with a problem or idea. Unfortunately these comments tend to clutter the issue, and spam people with useless notifications. During our last ShipIt hackathon, one of our developers decided to do something about this and added voting capability to issues in Bitbucket!
After over 700 requests to replace Gravatar from Bitbucket users like you, we’re excited to announce a new avatar picker in Bitbucket. Now you can upload and crop images to personalize your user profile and free private repositories.
Our Finnovation™ week has brought you a heap of new features. Enjoy the new issue import/export, pull request reviews for binary files, bulk GitHub repository importer and easier to navigate branches and tags on the commits page.
We've updated the dashboard to include a high-level overview of all the pull requests and issues relating to you, across all of the repositories that you are interacting with.
Selectively add reviewers to your pull requests and custom configure your email notifications.