Select Trello and pick the board you want to sync. Then pick the destination repo within Bitbucket or vice versa. Unito will attempt to match fields on your behalf but you should review and adjust as needed. For a complete list on how we can connect your Trello and BitBucket workflows, visit our guide. Get Started. You keep using Trello — everyone else can use their thing. When working with people in other tools, one of the main challenges is language. Empower your people to find the information they need when they need it with Unito's newest integration.
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Stay on top of your task list by automatically creating, updating and organizing them in Trello. Boost efficiency of your internal processes and automate your operations in Bitbucket. Do much more by connecting Bitbucket and Trello. This integration will be available soon. Connect Bitbucket and Trello the way you want. Start by selecting the trigger and action events listed here. Connect Bitbucket and Trello with your other apps and run workflows across them. Trigger workflows automatically when things happen in any of the apps. Bitbucket helps teams to colloborate, build and ship code by helping them manage and share git repositories.
To enable the Power-Up, open the board menu on the right side of the page, select the Power-Ups menu option, and then click the "Enable" button next to the Bitbucket Cloud Power-Up. Once the Power-Up is enabled for the board, each individual user will need to authenticate their Bitbucket account from within Trello. Click on the "Bitbucket" button on the upper right hand side of the board:. When you click on the "Connect to Bitbucket", you'll be prompted to authorize Trello to access your Bitbucket account:. 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:. If you attach a pull request or branch to the card, you'll see a green or red icon indicating the build status of that pull request or branch. You won't see a status icon for commits, as commits don't get individual builds. Build status icons are displayed for cards with attached pull requests or branches. Likewise, you can use this same button to create a new branch in your repository using the card's title and description. When you select "Create branch", a new tab will open pointing you to the Bitbucket create branch page:.