Bitbucket Server 7.3 release notes

02 June 2020

Introducing Bitbucket Server and Data Center 7.3.


Expiring personal access tokens


We know that for many admins, managing personal access tokens can be a challenge. Although token usage can increase security, it can also be a security risk. For example, when tokens are used for short-lived integrations, or your company policy requires that they're changed regularly.

That's why, in this new release, we've added the ability to set a token expiry date. Now when users create a token, they can set when it will automatically expire. To further increase security, admins can also make setting a token expiry date a requirement, and set the maximum number of days a token can be valid.

For more, see Managing HTTP access tokens.

Source branches are now deleted after merging by default


To help you keep your branch list clean, the delete source branch after merging option will now be selected by default when you merge a pull request. If this isn’t your preferred setting, you can change it and we'll remember your choice for next time using local storage.

For more, see Merge a pull request.

What else is new?

Updates to supported platforms

Bitbucket Server 7.3 now includes support for running:

  • Git 2.27 for server

Get ready to upgrade

Before upgrading from an earlier version, check out our upgrade guide and upgrade matrix. Remember to renew your active software maintenance license too. 

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Change log

Resolved issues in Bitbucket Server 7.3.2

Released 28 July 2020

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Resolved issues in Bitbucket Server 7.3.1

Released 17 June 2020

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Resolved issues in Bitbucket Server 7.3.0

Released 02 June 2020

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Last modified on Sep 8, 2020

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