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Generation of software version releases notes and document with all user access rights list notes

1) I found the page which explains how software release notes should be obtained with Bitbucket. Nevertheless I can't find the Version Item in the Project sidebar. 

2) Is there a method to obtain a document with the list of all users and for each his access rights to a repository?


Awaiting your reply.





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Hello Ludovico,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!
Currently, next-gen projects do not have releases. This option is available only for classic ones. We have a feature request suggesting the implementation of this ability, which is already in progress:
Please, click on vote and watch in order to hear about updates on the development cycle.


Thanks Angelica 

Few more questions:

1) what's the difference between next-gen projects and classic projects?

2) Is there a method to obtain a document with the list of all users and for each his access rights to a repository?

Moreover, is there a way to chat with Altassian Community by using a chat instead of this Questions section?

Next-gen was created to be more simple, with few options for teams that don't need all the features and complexity that classic project has. Also, many features were not implemented yet and you can find what will be implemented soon on our roadmap.
You can find more details about next-gen in the article below:
- Everything you want to know about next-gen projects in Jira Cloud

About the document, Earl's answer is something that you can explore to try to get this information.
We searched for feature request related to this, but we didn't find anything that has clear information on how to get this information on user access to repositories, branches.
Feel free to raise a feature request on and add more information about why this feature is important for your envionriment. Once you create the feature, please share here with us to help other community members that may have the same question.

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Hi Ludovico,

Thanks for reaching out and welcome tot he community.

Looking at your first question the Version tab should be located under the project setting like this:

Screen Shot 2019-09-04 at 9.40.58 AM.png

But this option is only visible when you are using a classic software project,  If you are using another project type like business or service desk the option will not be present, and the feature will be coming to next-gen projects but is currently in development and being tracked here:

Can you verify what project type you are using?

For Question 2 a list of access rights to a repository, is something that can partially be done at this time.  Currently the API endpoint relating to user account details is going through a depreciation relating to changes for GDPR compliance requirements the endpoint for /1.0/privileges/ has been removed,  this endpoint is what you could use to see users who have been granted explicit user-level access to the repository (not via groups or owner/creator rights) are exposed by the /privileges/ endpoint.  But again this endpoint has been deprecated, please refer to the deprecation notice at: for more details on this

However, as noted on the deprecation page this endpoint has some avaliable GET's for 2.0 permissions resources viewable here

If you would like to see users granted access via groups, please use the /group-privileges/endpoint like so:

If you need to know the owner or creator of a repository, please use the /2.0/repositories endpoint like so:

Hope this helps,

I just read the first answer and my question is: where could I find the project type? 

Reading last question, I understood the pages you linked me explains how to obtain user access right information writing instruction commands, something for developers. What I really need is a way to transform information Bitbucket already shows in settings section about access rights in an official document which attests all the users working on a repository with their access rights.....

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