How to See User Activity in Bitbucket Data Center

September 21, 2023
#Project management#Analytics#How To#Bitbucket
7 min

Tracking user activity is essential for maintaining transparency, accountability, and efficient teamwork. As Bitbucket does not provide an opportunity to see a particular user’s contributions, additional tools are needed. One of them is Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket. The app seamlessly integrates into Bitbucket and offers a comprehensive view of invisible engineering activities. With this tool, you can easily track commits, lines of code, and pull requests data on the instance, project, repository, team, and user levels. Let’s dive into how Awesome Graphs helps see user activity in Bitbucket.

See user activity in Bitbucket over the past year

The Contribution graph displays the activity of a particular Bitbucket user over the past year. Each square represents the number of commits and pull requests a developer made on a particular day. Below the graph, some key insights are displayed as well as a list of all user’s commits and pull requests with their details.

bitbucket see user activity

Switching to the detailed view allows you to check how the developer distributed efforts between different projects and repositories and see a list of their activities on a specific one.

bitbucket view user activity

This graph will give you a comprehensive overview of Bitbucket user activity over the past year, along with daily statistics. It highlights not only the key trends but also provides detailed information, helping analyze how a developer allocates their efforts, find patterns in their work, and see their contributions to project development.

Track recent Bitbucket user activity

The Activity graph allows you to see recent user contributions to a particular project or repository. By default, it displays commits and pull requests charts with the number of activities made by top contributors. However, you can choose a particular user and see their activities on the project over the selected period. Below the graph, a list of all commits and pull requests with links to Jira issues, hashes, and Change Type lozenges are shown depending on the filters applied.

track recent user activity
Here, you can easily track recent users’ activity on a particular project or repository, enhancing transparency and collaboration within your teams.

Export data using REST API

To build custom reports and meet particular requirements, Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket provides an opportunity to export user‘s commit, lines of code, or pull request data via REST API. It lets you get general statistics, retrieve all the details, and export data to a CSV file. Here is an example of the curl command to get a list of commits of a particular user, including commits made by the user’s aliases:

curl -X GET -u username:password "{userSlug}/commits"

This is what the response will look like:

  "values": [
      "user": {
        "emailAddress": "",
        "displayName": "Administrator",
        "name": "admin"
      "author": {
        "displayName": "admin",
        "emailAddress": ""
      "authorTimestamp": "2023-03-05T22:58:18Z",
      "linesOfCode": {
        "added": 1,
        "deleted": 0
      "parents": [],
      "repository": {
        "slug": "Commit Hook",
        "name": "commit-hook",
        "project": {
          "key": "TESTCONTAINERS",
          "name": "Testcontainers",
          "type": "NORMAL"
      "id": "9f2e24a147bb8f5a5a3d10b692703cc5784df8b5"
      "author": {
        "displayName": "avoronova",
        "emailAddress": ""
      "authorTimestamp": "2023-03-05T22:58:18Z",
      "linesOfCode": {
        "added": 2,
        "deleted": 2
      "parents": [
          "id": "06572e813597bc7d77c8"
      "repository": {
        "slug": "Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket Server",
        "name": "awesome-graphs-for-bitbucket-server",
        "project": {
          "key": "AWEGRAPHS",
          "name": "Awesome Graphs",
          "type": "NORMAL"
      "id": "295760238d83b84647ae4c10ce16f13fa4d24672"
  "isLastPage": false,
  "nextPageStart": 2,
  "start": 0,
  "size": 2,
  "limit": 2

You can find more information about the Export feature in our documentation. Awesome Graphs’ users can access the in-app documentation through the Export menu in the top-right corner of the People page.

Apart from this, Awesome Graphs allows you to see the following data on a user level:

  • dynamics of commit or pull request activity
  • total number of commits or pull requests made or total number of lines of code added and deleted over a particular period
  • activity in the code review process

Thus, seamlessly integrating with Bitbucket, Awesome Graphs provides three easy ways to see user activity in Bitbucket and get a comprehensive view of their contributions, enabling an understanding of personal and team efforts, making informed decisions, and enhancing overall project success.

How to Create Powerful Spreadsheets in

May 30, 2023
#Project management#Task Management#Document management#Reporting#How To#Collaboration#monday
11 min

If you use, you know for sure that this tool can take your team’s collaboration and productivity to the next level. This powerful platform is designed to help teams work together more effectively, with features that support everything from project management to task tracking and more. In this article, we will share with you how you can empower your team to reach their business goals faster, with greater efficiency and accuracy than ever before, and create spreadsheets in

Why choose

One of the best things about is its ease of use. Simply create an account and start building your team’s boards and workflows. No programming or DevOps skills are needed to start. Just take the ready-to-go solution, and adjust it to your business goals. Whether you’re working on a small project with a few team members or managing a large-scale enterprise initiative, has the tools you need to keep everyone on the same page and working together towards success. And because it’s cloud-based, you can access your projects from anywhere, at any time.

One of the key benefits of is its ability to streamline team collaboration. With features like customizable boards and timelines, you can easily track tasks and projects across your entire team, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and working towards the same goals. With automations and deadline tracking, you can ensure that every member of your team is working efficiently and effectively towards your shared goals.

Why go to the marketplace?

If you need to make more complex operations like calculations, you can empower your with different integrations or marketplace apps. They will easily connect to the other tools your team relies on every day. The marketplace has loads of apps. So how do you choose the right one? And how do you add the app to your account?

Easy as it is, you need to look around for a start. Once all apps may look the same at the first marketplace visit, they turn different after a while. We suggest setting your business goals in advance so that you clearly understand what you are looking for when you’re headed to the app marketplace. It will prevent you from long-lasting listing browsing without any purpose. Instead, you can start your marketplace journey with a clear plan and save time.

Now that you know what you need, the app discovery on the marketplace turns from a chaotic action into a plan. Start with the keyword lookup using the search engine. Just type what you’re interested in, and here you have the appropriate apps to choose from.

Browse apps

After that, you can take the time and dive into the app details. To be sure of the quality of an app before you integrate it into your account, you can check the ratings left by other trusted users or look at the number of app installs on the marketplace. You’ll find these numbers next to the vendor name. Treat the number this way: the number of installs is equal to the number of accounts that initialized the app installation to their host. So whom do you trust more: the vendor with 500 installs or 1.5k installs? You decide!

Another thing to look at is the presence of the app appraisal signs, like Editor’s choice, Featured, or Best sellers. You’ll find those apps grouped in separate marketplace categories on the left sidebar. Another way is to look at the app marketplace page. The sign of being in one of the marketplace categories appears in the form of a respectful badge.

Marketplace categories

App ratings are also important. In, only commercial verified users can rate the apps they are using to ensure the accuracy of the app performance you can see on the marketplace. You don’t necessarily need to take the app rating for granted, as we are all humans with different expectations and business needs. Still, rating is something we definitely suggest looking at when you are reviewing the app.

App ratings

Now you have a better understanding of how to differentiate between the marketplace apps. It’s high time to think of the business cases that can be better managed in your account and find the right tool for that.

Why create spreadsheets in

The boards of are awesome. They keep your daily work organized, make processes transparent, and even allow you to do simple math. If you want to use Excel-like formulas and functions to perform complex calculations, you can try our Smart Spreadsheet for

This app helps you create, edit, and keep your Excel-like spreadsheets secure on No more struggling to choose between real-time collaboration with your teammates in and powerful Excel functionality. Smart Spreadsheet brings it all together to your account. It can help your team work together more effectively and reach your business goals faster than ever before.

Once the app is installed, you can add it to any component: dashboard widget, item view, custom object, docs, and board view. Click Add view > Apps > Installed Apps and select Smart Spreadsheet. The blank spreadsheet will immediately appear, but you can import external or data to it if needed.Сreate spreadsheets in monday

You can reuse your data from external sources like Google or Excel by importing it to our Smart Spreadsheet for Just select File > Import and add the required file to add its data to the spreadsheet. Your external data will immediately appear in the spreadsheet, so your teammates will need no other switch between several resources. You can take advantage of powerful Excel formulas, add filters, and build pivot tables and charts directly in Google or Excel files

Marketing and product teams, project managers and business owners, HR and IT teams – whatever your role is, you will work with your data faster in the Smart Spreadsheet. This app has advanced calculating capabilities and flexible filtering and sorting. You can format your table content in the spreadsheet to make it more digestible or add data type to your cells. The intuitive controls on the top bar of Smart Spreadsheet will help you do it in a few clicks. Your team will streamline the data processing with time-saving shortcuts to copy, cut, and paste the spreadsheet data or undo and redo operations.Advanced calculation

If you want to work with the data you already have in, you can also import the board to our spreadsheet. To do so, you need to select File > Import board and add the information from the connected board will be imported to the spreadsheet immediately. This way, you can enjoy the intuitive board view and work on complex data in one place without leaving the platform.Import board

For cases when you need to share a particular piece of data from the account, you can export spreadsheets. To do so, click File > Export and select the name and format for your file. This functionality is required for easy sharing and further usage of your data.Export spreadsheet

Why wait?

Smart Spreadsheet makes it possible to import Excel and Google Docs files into to keep them secure and work on them with ease. No more switching between platforms to work with table data or struggle missing the calculations for complex business cases. You can try the app for free on the marketplace and see if it adds to your team’s productivity. The app has a flexible pricing model making it the perfect choice for teams of all sizes and industries.

How to Export Commit and Pull Request Data from Bitbucket to CSV

November 26, 2022
#How To#Bitbucket#Reporting
11 min

Being a universal file type, CSV serves as a go-to format for integrations between the applications. It allows for transferring a large amount of data across the systems, blending it, and building custom reports. To export commit and pull request data from Bitbucket, you can use the Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket app, which gives you the capability to export to CSV in different ways.

In this article, we’ll show you how to use the app to export engineering data to CSV for further integration, organization, and processing in analytics tools and custom solutions.

What you will get

The described ways of exporting will give you two kinds of generated CSV files, depending on the type of data exported. 

In the case of commit data, you’ll get a list of commits with their details:

commits export

And the resulting CSV with a list of pull requests will look like this:

pr export

Exporting from the People page

You can export raw commit and pull request data to CSV directly from Bitbucket. When you click All users in the People dropdown menu at the header, you’ll get to the People page with a global overview of developers’ activity in terms of commits or pull requests.

At the top-right corner, you’ll notice the Export menu, where you can choose CSV.

Export Commit and Pull Request Data from Bitbucket

By default, the page shows contributions made within a month, but you can choose a longer period up to a quarter. The filtering applies not only to the GUI but also to the data exported, so if you don’t change the timespan, you’ll get a list of commits or pull requests for the last 30 days.

Exporting via the REST API resources

Beginning with version 5.5.0, Awesome Graphs REST API allows you to retrieve and export commit and pull request data to CSV on global, project, repository, and user levels, using the dedicated resources. This functionality is aimed to automate the processes you used to handle manually and streamline the existing workflows.

You can access the in-app documentation (accessible to Awesome Graphs’ users) by choosing Export → REST API on the People page or go to our documentation website.

We’ll show you two examples of the resources and how they work: one for exporting commits and another for pull requests. You’ll be able to use the rest of the resources as they follow the model.

Export commits to CSV

This resource exports a list of commits with their details from all Bitbucket projects and repositories to a CSV file.

Here is the curl request example:

curl -X GET -u username:password "" --output commits.csv

Alternatively, you can use any REST API client like Postman or put the URL directly into your browser’s address bar (you need to be authenticated in Bitbucket in this browser), and you’ll get a generated CSV file.

By default, it exports the data for the last 30 days. You can set a timeframe for exported data up to one year (366 days) with sinceDate / untilDate parameters:

curl -X GET -u username:password "" --output commits.csv

For commit resources, you can also use the query parameters such as merges to filter merge/non-merge commits or order to specify the order to return commits in.

Read more about the resource and its parameters.

Export pull requests to CSV

The pull request resources work similarly, so to export a list of pull requests with their details from all Bitbucket projects and repositories to a CSV file, make the following curl request:

curl -X GET -u username:password "" --output pullrequests.csv

The sinceDate / untilDate parameters can also be applied to state the timespan up to a year, but here you have an additional parameter dateType, allowing you to choose either the creation date or the date of the last update as a filtering criterion. So, if you set dateType to created, only the pull requests created during the stated period will be returned, while dateType set to updated will include the pull requests that were updated within the time frame.

Another pull request specific parameter is state, which allows you to filter the response to only include openmerged, or declined pull requests.

For example, the following request will return a list of open pull requests, which were updated between October 1st and October 13th:

curl -X GET -u username:password "" --output pullrequests.csv

Learn more about this resource.

Integrate intelligently

While CSV is supported by many systems and is quite comfortable to manage, it is not the only way for software integrations the Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket app offers. Using the REST API, you can make the data flow between the applications and automate the workflow, eliminating manual work. And we want to make it easier for you and save your time.
Let us know what integrations you are interested in, and we’ll try to bring them to you, so you don’t have to spend time and energy creating workarounds.