Reminders for Bitbucket

for Bitbucket Server 7.0.0 - 7.15.0 and more
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Set expiry on Pull Requests and remind reviewers and stakeholders on overdue reviews and approvals

Repository wide Reminders

Reminders can be configured repository wide. They apply to all Pull Requests that target the repository. Emails are sent to reviewers that have not approved the Pull Request within the configured period.

Branch specific Reminders

Reminders can be configured per repository branch. Reminder configurations for branches override the repository wide Reminders configuration

Inform Stakeholders

Reminders for Bitbucket will also inform other stake-holders like team-leads and managers on overdue Pull Request.

More details

Reminders for Bitbucket allow you to keep your Bitbucket Pull Request workflow process timely and sharp. Define an expiration period for open Pull Request and remind stragglers automatically to catch up with their overdue reviews and approvals. Reminders for Bitbucket will also inform other stake-holders like team-leads and managers on overdue Pull Request. Stop losing track of Pull Requests and avoid letting them go stale by keeping on top of your organzation's SCM workflow process.

  • Reminders can be configured repository wide. When Reminders are enabled emails are sent to reviewers that have not approved the Pull Request within the configured period. Additionally to reviewers other stakeholders can be configured to receive reminders via email on expired Pull Requests.
  • Reminders can be configured per branch to differentiate between 'develop' and 'master' for example. Reminders for branches override the repository wide Reminders configuration.

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