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Tag trigger on bamboo is not working?

I am configuring a bamboo plan to automatically create a release branch from the master as soon as there is a new tag in the branch. For this, I am using the tag trigger in bamboo triggers. I have set up this trigger according to the given instructions on the bamboo site ( https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/tag-triggering-1031180298.html ). My repo is on the bitbucket server, do I need to configure something on the repository side as well something?

The repository commit trigger is working for me, without any special changes on the repository side, so now I am not sure why the Tag trigger is not working.

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Okay, a silly mistake on my part, didn't know we have to push tags explicitly to the remote repo.

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