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How to define a generic (push) webhook for a Bitbucket Cloud Team?

It is perfectly well documented how to define a webhook for a dedicated Bitbucket Cloud repository in order to trigger a build when someone has pushed to the repo.

My question is whether it is possible to define a generic webhook (once) for a Bitbucket Team that applies to each repository of the team?

Thank you for your input in advance.


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Hello @Erik,

Thanks for reaching out.

There's no way to make an account-wide webhook, like you described, manually.

However, you can create a Connect App that listens to repository webhooks and install it into an account – this will make it receive webhooks for all repositories owned by that account.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.


Hello @Daniil Penkin ,

thank you very much for your quick reply.

I will check the documentation and leave my feedback.

Best regards,


Hello @Daniil Penkin ,

thanks again for your hind. I checked the documentation, but I do not see how a Conncect App could help concerning my question.

But I think the more promising approach could be to automate the process of creating repositories using the Bitbucket Cloud REST API.

There is a resource to create webhooks via API thus it is possible to create a script that would do both create a repository and define a webhook in one go.

Best regards,


So you can create an app and define webhooks module in its descriptor — there you can configure which webhooks Bitbucket should send to your app. This may include repository creation, repository push and so on. If you install such app into account, you'll get relevant webhooks for all repositories in that account.

As an example, Code Search and Pipelines are in fact Connect apps installed into your account – this is why you'll see them in the Installed apps list under your Bitbucket settings if you opted in to using them.

Hope this helps.


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