Bitbucket is more than just Git code management. Bitbucket gives teams one place to plan projects, collaborate on code, test, and deploy. With our new monday.com and Bitbucket integration, you can track your issues in one place!
How to add it to your workflow?
Once you click on the Bitbucket integration banner you will find the below recipes the integration offers:
Select the integration you wish to create.
Once you click on one of the recipes you will be asked to connect your monday.com account with your Bitbucket account :
Then you will be asked to log in to your Bitbucket account login credentials as shown below :
Congrats! 🎉 You are connected to your Bitbucket account!
Once you've chosen one of the two recipes and inserted your token, you will get to the configuration window. This is where you will be able to set up the integration between monday.com and Bitbucket.
Bitbucket integration column
When creating any recipe, the integration column will be added automatically to your board. This column, called "Bitbucket Issue", will automatically create a link to the relevant issue in Bitbucket.
1 - When an item is created in this group, create an issue in this repository
With this integration, you can track all of your issues in one place! By entering all of your issues into our highly-visual platform first, you can make sure that your Bitbucket repository stays up-to-date.
First, you will need to choose the group where you will enter all of your new issues:
Once you've selected a group, select the repository in Bitbucket where you will store the issues:
You're done. Now you can add issues to Bitbucket directly in monday.com! :)
2 - When a status changes to something, create an issue in this repository
This integration will help you to keep your issues organized. You can use monday.com's Status Column to track the progress of an issue and make sure it's added to the correct repository based on its stage. To set up this use case, first create a board using the Bugs Queue template:
Then, add the integration to your board and choose the Status Column and label that you want to create an issue. Then choose which repository you want the issue to be created in:
Now, every time an issue is created in monday.com, you can view it in Bitbucket. This will add tons of visibility to your dev team's tasks!
If you need help building custom integrations, we also have an option for paid assistance through our network of certified monday.com partners. If you're interested, please fill out this form and someone will be in touch shortly!
And if you have any questions about this or anything else in this article, feel free to reach out to us at customer success at [email protected]