Build your own integrations between Bitbucket and Kissflow
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Supported triggers and actions
Integrate Bitbucket and Kissflow using the below triggers and actions
All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow
Triggers when a new commit is added to the selected repository
Triggers when a new repository is created
Triggers when a new event occurs in the selected repository
Triggers when a new issue is created from the selected repository
Change in workflow step
Triggers when a request in the selected process moves from one workflow step to another. Also triggers when an action is performed to initiate a move, like Approve or Reject.
All Actions - Actions are the automated tasks
Creates an issue in the selected repository
Create draft request
Creates a new request for the selected process, populates required fields, and saves it as draft
Submit new request
Initiates a new request for the selected process, populates required fields, and submits the request for processing
Approves a request to move it to the next workflow step
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