Using pull requests in Bitbucket Server
Pull requests in Bitbucket Server provide a quick and easy way for software teams to collaborate on code. A pull request is a dedicated forum for discussing a proposed feature. If there are problems with the changes, teammates can post feedback in the pull request and even tweak the feature by pushing follow-up commits. All of this activity is tracked directly inside of the pull request.
A pull request requires differences between two distinct branches. When you create a pull request you'll specify the branch to merge changes into.
Create a pull request
In their simplest form, pull requests allow a developer to notify team members that they've completed a feature. Once their feature branch is ready, the developer files a pull request via their Bitbucket account. This lets everybody involved know that they need to review the code and merge it into the
Review and discuss a pull request
As a reviewer of a pull request, your colleagues are counting on you to review changes to the code then provide feedback. Use reviewer status indicators to let a pull request author know you approve the changes or that changes need more work before you can approve.
To review a pull request, select either Approve or Needs work within the header of a pull request. Click the button again or click a different one to change your status.
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