New personalized dashboard in Bitbucket Cloud

By on July 28, 2016

Developers use pull requests to review code and ship quality software at speed. They’re core to the software development process of many teams. Getting to that relevant pull request (aka PR) is important to get your work done in time. But finding your PRs in Bitbucket Cloud hasn’t been easy. Currently, you need 5 clicks (yes, we counted) before you discover that PR you’re looking for. That’s unacceptable!

What if PRs were front and center on your dashboard in Bitbucket Cloud? Today, we’re launching a new personalized dashboard that will list all the PRs that you’ve been asked to review and the PRs you’ve created, across all repos, in one single place. So, that PR you’re looking for is just a click away.

PR-focused dashboard

In this new personalized dashboard:

We know staying on top of code review discussions is key, so we added a blue dot on the PR comments to indicate when there are new comments since the last time you looked.

If you’re not using PRs, don’t worry – the personalized dashboard will only list your recently updated repositories. And don’t forget that the full list of your repositories is just a tab away.

Dashboard with no PRs

We’ve been dogfooding the new personalized dashboard internally at Atlassian for the last month, and in that time, we’ve noticed our software teams clean up old pull requests faster and reduce code review time significantly! No more bookmarking the PR list page of individual repos and no more wasted time to find that damn PR.

We’re gradually rolling this out to all our Bitbucket users, but if you cannot wait and want to turn it on today, just head over to the Labs menu in Settings.

New to Bitbucket Cloud? No problem! Sign-up here and enjoy the personalized dashboard in Bitbucket Cloud.

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  • Ben Echols
    Posted August 11, 2016 at 12:20 pm | Permalink

    Yep, your newsfeed is still on the Repositories dashboard tab – right next to Overview.

  • Ben Echols
    Posted September 7, 2016 at 10:03 am | Permalink

    You can add tasks to comments to track work that needs to be completed. We don’t currently support completing/resolving the comments themselves.