There is presently no way to remove the newsfeed history in Bitbucket. This is also not planned for the future. Any activity performed in Bitbucket will push out the old history and the history is only shown to people who have permission to see it.
So let's say that an employee includes some sensitive information in a commit message. Are you saying that even if I destroy that commit from the repo history, there's still no way to remove that commit message from the "Activity" linked to that pull request?
You can delete the repository, recreate and repush it from local to bb.
This way do that its newsfeed history still is exist but not refer to any real commit. Of course, your message still is remain.
When you click a sha1 link of the respository, you're redirected to dashboard overview.
Hope this can help you.
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