Author Archives: eirik

Issue editing

This has been requested by many users, and it’s finally live: issue editing. Edit the title of an issue As you can see underlined in the screenshot above, when you hover the title, a pencil-icon appears to indicate that the title is editable. Clicking the title allows …

Moving server

We will be moving to a new, remarkably more powerful server park later tonight (GMT+1). If you can’t reach Bitbucket, do not fret, we expect the downtime to be around 10-15 minutes. The move is to Amazon EC2, and from there it will be much, much easier to scale out …

Don't like the default code highlight color?

Go to your repository’s admin-tab, and click “Appearance Settings” under “Additional options/settings”. Here you can choose from a list of themes, and when switching theme in the dropdown the preview to the right will update immediately. If …

Wiki macros

In your Bitbucket wiki-pages, you have access to data from the issue tracker through a set of wiki macros: Link to a specific issue Syntax: <<issue 1>> Result: A link to the issue with id 1 in your repository’s issue tracker. Link to an issue query Syntax: …

CIA.vc integration is here

Written by Jason Kirtland. Thanks! You want to integrate with your favorite 3rd party service as well? It’s dead-easy. Read up on how to write brokers. …

New brokers for service integration

Maciek Szczesniak wrote a Basecamp broker, and a huge thanks to him! We wrote a Lighthouse broker. They’re both live, enjoy. …

Akisment, tab-width etc.

As of now, I’ve just deployed: Akismet, you can protect your issue tracker from spam. Tab-width, you can now choose between 2, 4 or 8 spaces. Notification system got a massive overhaul. …

Service integration is live

Just a quick note that service integration is hereby live. To go with it, there’s two new help pages: Service Integration & Writing Brokers Enjoy! …

Dropdown on avatars

A feature that we haven’t really announced yet, that gives you some handy shortcuts related to a user, is the avatar dropdown. Anywhere you see a full-size user avatar, such as in the newsfeed, you can hover the avatar, wait a second, and then click the arrow that …