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Creating a template for pull request

Aseem Chiplonkar April 4, 2018

Is there a way to create a pull request template?

It's easy with Github as mentioned here:


Wondering if similar thing works for BitBucket too?

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butt March 12, 2019
berndschotanus June 24, 2019

I'm sorry but this is not a pull request template, this is a fixed text without parameters.

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Peter Dolkens February 15, 2020

That's how the feature works - and is literally the implementation in this feature request.


Not sure how this got 8 upvotes :\

Bernd Schotanus May 6, 2020

I might have been a little frustrated when I wrote the previous post. The functionality I was looking for was this:

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Mike Loux May 28, 2019

I don't suppose there is a way to do this for entire projects, or (even better), the entire instance for our org?  The thought of going through and setting this manually for every single repo in even a single project makes me want to run, screaming, into traffic.  

Mike Loux May 28, 2019

Also, is there a syntax guide and/or variable list anywhere?  The preview and suggested markups all do not work.  

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Vivian C
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April 11, 2018

Hi Aseem,

Unfortunately, it's not possible to create a pull request template on Bitbucket Cloud as for now. There is an existing feature request for this feature here:

- Vivian

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Andreas Katzian July 14, 2021

Is there an option to provide a custom description but keep the "auto" populated commit messages to? Something like a placeholder e.g. %commits%?

Admin FourPanels January 19, 2022

Did you find any solution?

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Jeremy Rademan July 29, 2022

It would be great if we could do this?

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hesham August 21, 2023

@Jeremy Rademan @Andreas Katzian you can use the following as documented here

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