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