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Adding Bitbucket issues to card

How do I add a Bitbucket issue to my To-Do card? It's a most sensible thing to use Trello with Bitbucket  for tracking issues - but it doesn't seem possible?

What's the point to add Bitbucket commit to trello card for example?

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Hi Alex,

The Bitbucket Cloud Power-up for Trello allows you to:

  • Quickly jump to Bitbucket by creating a link on your board.
  • Attach branches, commits and pull requests to cards.
  • See important information regarding your code from the card.
  • Show the status of your pull requests and other linked information from the front of the card.

To attach a Bitbucket branch, commit, or pull request to a card, you can either paste the Bitbucket URL on top of a card, create a URL attachment on the card using the URL to the Bitbucket resource, or use the card's Power-Up button on the sidebar of the card.

Check out our documentation for screenshots and tips: https://help.trello.com/article/1082-using-the-bitbucket-power-up

Man, I know that! 

"Attach branches, commits and pull requests to cards"

My question was about issues - not "branches, commits and pull requests"

And what's the point to attach commit to a card? Commit means something is already accomplished - so there's no need to track it.

But tracking open issues is most important feature IMHO

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