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Create a task without writing a comment

If you want to create a task relates to some code line, you must write some comment and after that push on the button “Create task“ and write the task name.

It’s not easy for a code reviewer to do it, because you need to make three actions instead of one action.


GitLab fixes that problem and also provides more features of task creation, e.g. submitting all tasks by one notification.

So How can I do that in the Bitbucket?

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seanaty Atlassian Team Mar 07, 2022

In the task "card" within the right sidebar of the pull request, you should be able to add new tasks there. The won't be associated with a comment or a line and will only be associated with the pull request.

@seanatyYes, but this is the main problem. I want to create a task attached to some line without writing a comment to that line, and I didn't find any way to do that. The right sidebar doesn't help me to do that.

 

Maybe somewhere the adding request is like this?

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