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This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Using branch permissions
Is there a way to set "default branch permissions" for new repositories/projects? I want to have similar rules in each repo, I dont want to have to continuously set them every time I make a new repo
It's not possible to set a default configuration for new repositories, thus currently they have to be configured individually. I found a few feature requests about setting default settings for new repositories in a project, which you may find interesting. Please feel free to vote and add any comments to it, as well as adding yourself as a watcher so you can track its progress directly. You may refer to Atlassian's policy for the implementation of new features:
Please allow me to present you, alternatively, to the add-on Repository Templates for Bitbucket, developed by another vendor, which allows you to set some default settings for new repositories.
We have developed a paid solution that does exactly what you're asking for and it's available on the Atlassian Marketplace - ScriptRunner for Bitbucket Server.
The specific functionality you are looking is covered in our documentation in two places:
I hope you find it useful enough to buy it. If not, perhaps you could let us know of any gaps in functionality.
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