Where is the commit graph?

At work, the Bitbucket has a button on the left that is named "network" that I find very useful. I found a plugin named "commit graph" that looked like the same thing online, and tried to install it, but it is not working. When I simply look for integrations from within bitbucket, this add-on is not in the list. Is there a better way to get this feature that I do not know about?

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Update:

Thanks to your Aug 25th answer, I now understand the problem.  You're using Bitbucket Cloud, which is a completely different product.   Atlassian renamed "Stash Server" to "Bitbucket Server" about a year ago, and much confusion has ensued.

To answer you specifically, just click on the 'Commits' link to see the commit graph. 

Example:  https://bitbucket.org/gsylviedavies/bit-booster-with-commit-graph-and-more/commits/all

(Interesting fact:  the Bitbucket Cloud graph came first, and the "Network Graph" developed by Chason Choate for Bitbucket Server was inspired by it!)

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(Here's my original answer, but it assumed Richard was using Bitbucket Server):

Try uninstalling and reinstalling the add-on.    You can uninstall it from the "Manage add-ons" page inside your Bitbucket server's admin settings.  You can reinstall it from the "Find new add-ons" page.

 

The "Network" link should appear after a successful installation.  If things go bad try taking a look on the "Manage Add-Ons" screen.  The "Commit Graph" add-on should say "6 of 6 modules enabled" if installation succeeds.  Try clicking on the little "+" button next to that to further troubleshoot.

 

And don't forget to try my Bit-Booster Commit Graph and More add-on.  It does the same thing and it's way better.   cheeky

With my add-on the icon is called "All Branches Graph".  I have a live demo you can try.  User "test" and pass "test".

 

That plugin is how we do it as well.  I believe there are some other plugins with similar functionality, but it's not a core feature.

I do not see the "Manage add-ons" page. There is something called "Manage integrations." There is also a "Find integrations" page, but the commit graph is not there. On the "Manage add-ons" page, there is a link that says "Install add-on from URL," but I do not know the url to put there. The instructions from the commit-graph github says to clone the repo, and the run the atlas-run command, but when I do this, I get many warnings and it never actually succeeds. If I click on the "Get it now" button on the commit-graph website, it downloads a .jar file, which I then can extract, but there is no readme or installation instructions. Please help.

I've updated my answer based on the info you provided here, thanks!

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