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Change the amount of approvals required for a pull request on a per user basis



On my current bitbucket setup, only one user can write directly to the master branch. All other users have to go through a pull request with at least 1 approval. I like the way the works, but I have one user who wants to be able to merge without an approval on his pull request. I do not want him to be able to write directly to the branch, but I also want to make sure all other users still have to have 1 approval. Is this possible? I have made him an admin on the repo but it still doesn't let him merge without the 1 approval required. 


Any help or advice is appreciated, I am still new to a lot of this. 

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Craig Nodwell
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Aug 02, 2022

You can set this up to require a merge request and then no approvers, but that goes at the repo level.  This one user should just suck it up and accept the fact that this is the master branch and all merge's to the master require review.

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