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Question on some Bitbucket Branch Permission


I am currently reading the documentation here.

But it seems incomplete thus I want to ask these checks.

Screenshot 2022-01-22 110829.png


I am assuming that the second one which is Check for unresolved pull request tasks means that it will check for any pending PR the author has? But which branch it will check, is it the specified branch only or on all branches? Thanks


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Pramodh M Community Leader Jan 21, 2022

Hi @Jensen Louise Lim @Jensen Louise Lim

While approving a pull request, you can approve the pull request, request changes, or just make a comment.

So the red ones you have marked are in reference to request changes.


If the approver requests changes, these are relevant and straightforward on how it works according to what it says!!

Let me know if you have any further queries


Thanks, I already get the request changes which basically means the PR still has some room for improvement or some modification that needs to be done. However can you explain the scenario on Reset request changes when the source branch is modified? What is the benefit of it?

Pramodh M Community Leader Jan 21, 2022

It works similar to the one with Reset approvals when the source branch is modified

If there are any changes to the source branch of the pull request, the pull request updates with no request changes and the reviewers have to review and approve the pull request again.

Like Jensen Louise Lim likes this

Great! many thanks

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