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If I watch "all pull requests" for a repository, I want to get emails when I myself comment on a PR.

The behavior that I want to achieve in bitbucket pull requests is similar to the behavior I enjoy in JIRA.  In Jira, even when I add a comment to a ticket that I own and that I created, I still get an email showing me my own comment.  This makes for a complete email record of the ticket.

In bitbucket, I am watching a repository, and watching all PRs in that repo, and when anyone else comments on a PR, I get an email.

But I do NOT get an email when I myself comment on any PR (whether than PR is authored by me or anyone else).

Is there a way to achieve what I want.  Otherwise, what is the best way to submit my feature request to the team?

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