Common list of reviewers - and/or "recent" list longer than 10 users

We commonly need to add the same 12-15 reviewers to our pull requests. There are links to the ten most recently selected, which are easy to use. But then we have to go back to our notes or memory to remember who else to add.

When adding a reviewer by typing part of the name, the selections offered include an image saying, "TEAMMATE". This suggests that the system has a concept of the folks that I would like to add. I would enjoy a button for adding an entire group. Or perhaps a group of users with checkboxes.

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Hi Rodney, 

thanks for your feedback. I'll answer this question assuming you are using Bitbucket Server.

You are correct in that Bitbucket Server doesn't currently allow you to easily add that many reviewers. 

There are some feature requests that you may want to vote for: 

I'd recommend you check out some of the comments on those tickets for community provided solutions to this issue.


With Workzone you can define reviewer groups whose members are added to a pull request when it is created for a configured [source]/target branch.

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