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Pull request time track

Is it possible to track the time of pull request process in Bitbucket Server without FishEye or any other product? I want to initiate the time record when pull request is created and finish it when pull request closed. At the end, I want to know how many hours or days spent for a pull request.

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Hello, Sumeye

Have you found a solution?

As a Product Manager for EasyTime for Jira and its companion app EasyTime for Bitbucket where we track time developers actually spend on reviewing and commenting on a Pull Request – I would love to get more information why tracking elapsed time as opposed to the actual time is important to you?

Do you mind reaching to our 24x7 support to organise an interview?

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