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Update/Split the Webhook Payload Events in Bitbucket Server7.x version

HI Team


While setting up webhooks in the Bitbucket Server 7.6 version, we noticed that the default option to setup an Event for the Webhook is a Push, which also comprises events for "Branch Created or deleted, tag created or deleted". 

Can these options be separated into individual categories so that when "Push" is chosen, only the push to that particular branch would trigger the build ?
Currently if someone creates a new branch ( say B from A which is monitored by Jenkins) , it triggers the job in the branch A when its not supposed to. 

Please assist if this is already addressed in the community as I dont seem to find it.
Our env is as follows:
Bitbucket ver: 7.6 

Jenkins - 2.235.5

Jenkins plugin for Webhook: Bitbucket Server Integration (ver 2.0.1)


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