Authorizing a Bitbucket Account
The first time you use a Bitbucket card in your FLO, you will need to authorize an account.
- Add an Account Nickname. This should be unique, so that in the case that your teammates authorize multiple accounts, you will be able to tell them apart.
- Click “Create” to launch a window to sign in to your account and save this configuration.
- New Commit - Start FLO when a new Commit is created
- New Issue - Start FLO when a new Issue is created
- New Pull Request - Start FLO when a new Pull Request is created
- New Repository - Start FLO when a new Repository is created
- Approve Commit - Approve a Commit
- Create Build - Create a new build status for a specific commit
- Create Issue - Create an issue
- Create Pull Request - Create a new Pull Request
- Create Repository - Create a new Repository
- Read All Commits - Read a list of all Commits from a Repository
- Read All Issues - Read a list of all issues in the issue tracker
- Read All Pull Requests - Read a list of all Pull Requests from a Repository
- Read All Repositories - Read a list of Repositories
- Read Build Results - Read all Build Results for a specific commit
- Read Diffs - Read diffs for a commit
- Read Issue - Read information about a single issue
- Read Pull Request - Read information about a single Pull Request
- Read Repository - Read description of a single Repository
- Upload Attachments - Upload an Attachment