Bitbucket Cloud integration

Fleep has a customized webhook for Bitbucket in the cloud (bitbucket.org) to receive updates into a Fleep conversation about the changes in your Bitbucket repository.

Follow these steps to setup your Bitbucket integration in Fleep:

  1. Create the conversation where you want to receive all your Bitbucket updates.
  2. In that conversation open Conversation Settings > Integrations and click on the Add button and then Create on the next popup window to generate a new hook for Bitbucket integration.
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  3. Copy the hook URL from the Active integrations list that opens up in Fleep.
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  4. Log into Bitbucket and from the Dashboard select your repository.
    Login to Bitbucket and open your repository from Dashboard
  5. Once you’ve opened your repository, open Settings
    Once you've opened your Bitbucket repository, click on settings
  6. From Settings list, find the Workflow section and click on Services
    Services_Bitbucket
    NOTE: 
    If you are adding a new repo, you will not see “Services” in the workflow section. Use this link to access it: https://bitbucket.org/$username/$reponame/admin/hooks (username and reponame are unique, e.g. https://bitbucket.org/helmolill/tutorial/admin/hooks )
  7. To get notifications about pull request events:
    • select Pull Request POST from the dropdown menu and then click on Add service.
      select Pull Request POST from the dropdown menu and then click on Add service
    • Insert the hook link into the “URL” field and click on Save.
      Insert the hook link into the "URL" field and click on Save
    • Now you’re done with the Pull Request POST hook.
      Now you’re done with the Pull Request POST hook
  8. To get notifications about push events:
    • select POST from the dropdown menu and then click on Add service
      select POST from the dropdown menu and then click on Add service
    • Insert the hook link into the ”URL” field and click on Save.
      Insert the Fleep hook link into the "URL" field and click on Save
    • Congrats, now you’re done with the POST hook.
      Congrats, now you’re done with the POST hook