Adding Bitbucket repositories to PullRequest

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NOTICE: As of 2/13/2018 PullRequest requires an installation of the PullRequest Bitbucket app in lieu of assigning a pull request to the @PullRequestBot Bitbucket account.

NOTE: This guide contains screenshots from third-party partner interfaces that may be modified without notice. If you ever have any issues or questions about connecting with PullRequest, please reach out to

Step 1:

After signing up, you'll be prompted to authorize and connect with a version control hosting provider. Click the Bitbucket option.

NOTE: You can authorize with multiple version control hosting providers (ie - GitLab and GitHub) using the same PullRequest account. This can be done via the Account Integration page in user settings later.

Step 2:

After authorizing with your Bitbucket account. You'll be directed to page in connect with the Bitbucket add-on. Select the Bitbucket Account or Team you'd like to connect PullRequest with and click the Grant Access button.

You'll be able to connect multiple Bitbucket entities if required. You can click here to access this page directly and add more.

Q: I don't see the Bitbucket Team I need to add from the Bitbucket drop-down selector. How do I add it? A: You may not have admin credentials to authorize the PullRequest Bitbucket add-on.

Reach out to an administrator of the Bitbucket Team with this link and ask them to install the PullRequest add-on. (NOTE: You maintain full control of revoking PullRequest access at any time)

Step 3:

Repositories should now appear on the PullRequest dashboard page when the Bitbucket Team or Profile is selected from the drop-down at the top of the screen.