Improvement Suggestion: Provide a column to display destination branch in Pull Requests List View

Hi, This is an improvement suggest that helps customers like me. Here is my scenario:

In our Organization, we have multiple teams working on same repository but for different features/tasks. So, they do work on different branches. When it comes to Pull Requests, there is no clear way to identify which Pull Request is for what branch. Especially because we see numerous Pull Requests waiting in the the List View for different reasons. Pls see attached image.

If you could provide a column for Destination Branch Name in that screen then it would be great. Hope, other customers also love this feature.


PS:
1. I don't see a section where I can log a ticket for improvement suggestion. So, raising it under Issues category.

2. I see https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BSERV-3856 is also helpful and provides alternate for my case. But, I see this is also pending for last 3 years.

3. I've created BBS-30950 from a wrong account. So, creating the request here as well. You can close BBS-30950 as duplicate.

2 answers

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Hi Srinivas,

Thanks for your feedback! In fact, we recently released an improved pull request list display that shows the destination branch.

You can learn more about this feature and how to enable it here: https://blog.bitbucket.org/2016/04/06/code-review-just-got-even-better-in-bitbucket-cloud/

Thanks!

Alastair
Bitbucket Product Manager

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