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Bitbucket Cloud is getting a makeover!
We are joining Jira and Confluence Cloud and moving our global navigation from a vertical bar along the left side to a horizontal bar displayed along the top of Bitbucket Cloud. This update is a huge improvement for our users in terms of findability and ease of use, and it also provides a consistent user experience for our customers using other Atlassian products.
Starting March 28th, the horizontal navigation bar is now the default view for all users in Bitbucket. We are so excited to have taken this step and align with other Atlassian products like Jira and Confluence!
To improve access to your most frequently used items, we’ve moved Pull Requests, Issues, and Snippets to the dropdown menu under More.
We’ve updated the global ‘Create’ menu to show the most frequently used global and contextual ‘create’ actions.
These actions are available globally and consistently on every page with some contextual actions for repositories. You can now use the ‘Create’ menu to create a new project and repository. The experience for these two create flows is not changing, the flows remain the same as they were before moving from vertical to horizontal navigation. We made the decision to adjust the ‘Create’ menu after evaluating what actions our users perform most. For example, you’ll notice that the ‘Create Workspace’ action is not an option under the ‘Create’ menu - instead, users will have to navigate to the ‘All Workspaces’ section to perform this action. This is a deliberate change in an attempt to simplify the user experience and tidy up buttons that weren’t used frequently and causing a distraction.
That’s not all!
We’ve also improved the search experience to allow Bitbucket users to search their instances of Confluence and Jira. This means that Atlassian users can seamlessly navigate between different products using the new search bar.