Worklytics supports connecting Bitbucket data via webhooks and REST APIs. We recommend that you connect the You must install a Worklytics Atlassian Connect App for Bitbucket.
Install Worklytics Atlassian Connect App for Bitbucket
1. Visit the Bitbucket App Marketplace
- once logged into bitbucket, you should be able to reach it via the lower left, via a link labeled "App Marketplace"
2. Find the "Worklytics for Bitbucket App", click "Add"
3. Find the “Worklytics for Bitbucket” Add-on and click “Add”
4. Grant access
We need basic READ access to the data in your account, plus the ability to create/modify webhooks.
As usual, we don’t store any content, such as your source code, in our servers. We store only meta-data about the work (title, timestamps, who worked on it, etc).
After a few seconds, you should be returned to the “Manage add-ons” screen, and see “Worklytics” listed.
5. Click “Manage”
Find the “Manage” button beneath “Worklytics” and click it. You’ll be taken to the configuration page.
This loads a page that will link your Bitbucket instance to your Worklytics account. If you are not logged into Worklytics, you will be prompted to do so.
Once you see a screen as follows, the connection has been successfully made:
Alternatively, on your next page load you should find Worklytics in the left-hand side-bar of the “Settings” page. Clicking “Connect to Worklytics” will also establish a connection from your Bitbucket account to Worklytics (if you’re logged into Worklytics
You can see this working from the Worklytics side if you visit Worklytics - Integrations, you should see that the integration is connected. After there is some activity in your Bitbucket account, you should notice the timestamp for the most recently received webhook be updated.