Enabling Bitbucket Pipelines Build Notifications in HipChat
BitBucket Pipelines now comes with a HipChat integration, so you can get build updates on the fly. Setting it up is a three-step process.
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Every time you trigger a build in Bitbucket Pipelines, whether by pushing commits or creating a pull request, you have to remain at your desk refreshing email to see if the build has passed. All to avoid wearing the cone of shame for not finding out about a failed build quickly.
Wouldn’t it just be better to get notified ASAP asynchronously?
Introducing HipChat Notifications for Bitbucket Pipelines
Many software teams use HipChat to share ideas and stay connected regarding their team’s latest commits, pull requests… and the latest memes, of course. If you’re on one of these teams, we’ve added a long-awaited HipChat integration with Bitbucket Pipelines. Now you can get feedback faster with build status updates via HipChat.
3 Steps to Enable HipChat Notifications for Bitbucket Pipelines
To enable HipChat notifications for Bitbucket Pipelines, follow these three simple steps:
- Enable the HipChat for Bitbucket Cloud integration
- Go to your Bitbucket team or repository settings page and click HipChat integration.
- Under the section Notify the room with activity in these areas, select the boxes for Started, Successful, and/or Failed.
Voilà! You are good to go.
Haven’t Tried Bitbucket Pipelines?
Bitbucket Pipelines is a continuous delivery service built right within Bitbucket so you can code, test, and deploy from a single tool with a unified workflow. There’s no need to switch to another application, no need to juggle permissions and access, or setup servers – just use Bitbucket Pipelines and get unlimited concurrent builds.
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