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How to see all my commits for all time

Hi

I would like to see a commit from last year. Unfortunately the repositories have been changed and moved around. I'm hoping to see a list of all commits I've ever done. Then hopefully I can find the repository I need in from that list of commits.

Is this at all possible?

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Kate _izi_
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Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
Mar 12, 2015

Hi Adrian,

You can see the list of all commits and pull requests you made over the last year in the Contribution Activity Stream available in our add-on Awesome Graphs.

Katerina Kolina

Business Analyst with StiltSoft

email: kkolina@stiltsoft.com

Due to temporary technical limitations, Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket Cloud app can not display graphs for accounts with more than 100 repositories.

Boo! :(

Like Hakan Ebabil likes this

Hi @Igor Borski,

I'm reaching out to inform you that we removed the 100 repositories limit.

Kind regards,

Alexander

 

 

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Balázs Szakmáry
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Mar 03, 2015

Unfortunately, there is no tool for this. There is a Find Repository option on the top-right of the main page, but it only searches by repo name.

Hello everyone,

 

There's a couple of ways to solve the issue, and we've described it here. Please, check!

 

Thanks,
Anastasia

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