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How do I search BitBucket repo for a particular git tag?

We regularly use git tags and need to be able to search for a particular tag using the BitBucket website UI.  How do I do that?

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Jonathan Poh Atlassian Team Oct 22, 2014

When you're on the Source or Commits page for your repo, there's a 'branch selector' dropdown at the top of the page which also has a tab that lets you view and search through tags in your repo.

I know this is old, but since this is still found as one of the top searches:

To search a particular tag in the search bar, simply type the tag prefix: "tag:" followed by your tag name. So for a tag named myCodeChanges:


will pull all changes


note that this is using the bitbucket search bar inside of the repository space you wish to search.

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In the source, you can see all your branches and tags.



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