Automatically synchronize mercurial forks


With reference to the article

I cannot find those options when using bitbucket with mercurial. Is this feature restricted to git repositories?

I am trying to create a private fork of a private repository and want to keep my fork automatically synchronized with the source repository. The article says it is possible to do that, am I missing something?


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Sorry, just saw this Q&A.

Looks like it is not available in bitbucket cloud as of today, and we are using the cloud version of bitbucket.

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