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Link or post file to PR UI Edited

I would like my team to see a reference document every time they are reviewing a PR. The file is hosted on, and I can produce an access link.

Is there any way to have this link show up on the Pull Request UI so that it's available every time? Or maybe is there a way to auto create a task that has this url?

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seanaty Atlassian Team May 19, 2020

You have a couple of options.

1. Add it to the default pull request descriptions: (although devs will be able to edit it)

2. You can also check out the Pull Request Guildelines app.

Thanks - I think the second option would make sense. A few questions:

  1. How to make this work? I pushed a CONTRIBUTING.MD file in a commit and created a PR however I didn't see the menu option show up. Are there any permissions required in ordered to have that show up? I may be missing some permissions. I believe I'm using Bitbucket Cloud
  2. Is there anyway to have that show up for my whole team? I'm just one team member I'd like all my engineers to see this
  3. Also we have like 10 repos on our team, would I have to push that CONTRIBUTING.MD file in every one?
seanaty Atlassian Team May 20, 2020

@Shuaib Ahmed 

1. needs to be a part of the master branch. So merge that commit and then you should see it. There shouldn't be any permissions needed to see the app but you do need to install it into the appropriate account. (You need to be an admin to install).

2. This should show up for anyone viewing a repository on the account in which it's installed.

3. Unfortunately, yes, you'd need a file for each repo.

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