Browse developers from all projects in one place. Easily find out who contributed code in Bitbucket in the past month, week or day. See the dynamics and statistics of each developer and figure out who's been most active.
See the progress of your team, identify bottlenecks and analyze trends. Choose metrics that suit you best: lines of code added/deleted or commits.
Capture the history of your project in lines of code: added, deleted and total. Changes to code made by all developers who ever worked on the project are combined to give you a bird's eye view and new perspective for planning and retrospectives.
See the summary of commits in a repository or project by the day of the week and the hour of the day to learn when the work is done. Pick the time span for the graph and decide whose commits to count: made by one developer, some developers or everyone.
View the calendar of all contributions a particular developer made in the past year. At a glance, get sight of busy and slow days, see what repositories the person committed into and browse the activity stream with user's pull requests and commits for the period of your choice.
Evaluate the share of each developer. View how many lines of code and commits each developer contributed to the project. Find out who's been most productive in the team - their cards are on the top.
Learn what reviewers contribute in code review more efforts than others. View pull requestst of what authors had more activities (tasks, comments, changes of status). Get insights about the quality of code produced by each developer.
See who did what in a repository or project - yesterday, last week, month, year or during a sprint. Find out how many commits the team made and how many pull requests were opened, merged and declined. Get insights into who's been working on the project and how active each developer was.
See the merge history and the relationships between commits with Commit Graph. You can click a change set to highlight its ancestors and switch between 'branch' and 'all branches' views.
Configurable pie charts let you know how many pull requests each developer made compared to others, how active different reviewers were, if there are more open, merged or declined pull requests, what branches pull requests were made into.
Get data for analyzing if something needs to be changed in your code review workflow and practice. Find out if changes tend to be approved and merged before new pull requests are opened.
Visualize the dynamics of commit activity of one, several or all developers. Compare the commit activity of different committers. Decide who to include in the report and what time span to cover. Details are always at hand - activity stream with commits is right below the graph.
Find out how long it took to merge or decline pull requests at different periods. Observe how average resolution time is changing over time.
View pull requests distributed by resolution time. Learn what pull requests of the period were resolved quicker or slower than the majority. Predict resolution time of future pull requests.