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Use Pull Request Review Status as Trigger

I want to use the Review Status on a pull request as a Trigger for an automation flow like this:
https://www.atlassian.com/de/software/jira/automation-template-library/rules#/rule/1357202/new

 

However there are no trigger sources for "Approved" or "Change Requested" on a Pull Request, is there anything I can do?

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The Bitbucket Cloud rest api shows you all webhook events, you're probably interested in `pullrequest:updated`. You can add a webhook via the rest api  or via the repository ui 

I'm not sure if this this would integrate with Automation  for Jira out of the box though.

Let me know how you go ...

Cheers Ulrich

Izymes

Thanks! Yeah that would mean i need to write some code and have it run on a server somewhere. I was hoping to be able to integrate it with just a couple of clicks :) 

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