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Link to Bitbucket Issues

Link production errors to Bitbucket Issues with a single click. Give your team the context they need, beyond the enigmatic ValueError title.

Go to your Sentry project settings, enable the Bitbucket plugin, and add your repository name.


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Track errors to Bitbucket commits

With Releases tracking, you can configure Bitbucket Pipelines to notify Sentry of new commits and deploys. Simply add your repository through your organization's Sentry dashboard and update your configuration to make an HTTP request to Sentry’s endpoints as code moves through the deploy process.


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Get a complete picture of any change

Extra release context helps you track which commits go where and when. Get a complete picture of the changeset’s lifecycle, adding author details, informative deploy emails, and suggested assignees for new errors.

Resolve errors super efficiently by including fixes <SHORT-ID> in your commit message.

Seriously though, stop hoping your users will report bugs.

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