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How do i use pull request "Additional Properties"?

The bitbucket documentation for a pull request shows "Additional Properties" at the bottom.  what is the actual property name for that, and is there a schema?  can it be a simple string?  do i just PUT it like i would a title?

I've been trying to add some custom data to it, and i've putting several different json payloads, all returning 400.  any help?

{ "Additional Properties": "foo" }

{ "additionalProperties": "foo" }

{ "additionalProperties": { "value": "foo" } }

 

 

updated_on

string

The ISO8601 timestamp the request was last updated.

Format: date-time
reviewers

Array<allOf [object, Account]>

The list of users that were added as reviewers on this pull request when it was created. For performance reasons, the API only includes this list on a pull request's self URL.

participants

Array<allOf [object, Participant]>

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 The list of users that are collaborating on this pull request. Collaborators are user that: * are added to the pull request as a reviewer (part of the reviewers list) * are not explicit reviewers, but have commented on the pull request * are not explicit reviewers, but have approved the pull request Each user is wrapped in an object that indicates the user's role and whether they have approved the pull request. For performance reasons, the API only returns this list when an API requests a pull request by id.
Additional Properties

anything

Extra properties of any type may be provided to this object.

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