When working with people in other tools, one of the main challenges is language. To create clarity, we’ve created this handy work management tool lexicon.
Sync Bitbucket with Asana
To better organize development projects into an easy-to-digest, high-level overview.
Sync Bitbucket with GitHub
To collaborate with dev teams using a different version control software.
Sync Bitbucket with Trello
To provide other teams with the ability to track progress and provide feedback on deliverables.
Unito and Bitbucket
- Developers who need to keep stakeholders updated on dev projects.
- Scrum masters who want to visualize development planning.
- Executives who want an overview of all dev work in progress.
How does Unito work?
Select your tools
Select the tool you want to sync with Bitbucket and authorize Unito to access both of them.
Add your filters
Add filters to specify the repos, issues, and other information you want to sync.
Map your fields
Map how that information is shared so it fits with your workflow.
How Bitbucket and Unito can help create visibility into your development process
Yes, Bitbucket is a Git code management tool. But it’s also used for development project planning, collaboration, deployment, and launches. It’s in these areas that dev teams will often need to bring in or show progress to other teams and departments within the organization — teams that often have no idea how to use Bitbucket.
Making these interactions as simple and efficient as possible is essential. Otherwise, both teams risk being trapped in meetings (or their email inboxes) just to see how things are progressing. That’s valuable time that should be spent actually doing work.
With Unito, you can sync Bitbucket with other work management tools — the software that marketing, customer service, sales, and your executive teams probably spends their time in each day. Communication and collaboration become a natural part of everyone’s usual workflow, saving everyone involved a ton of time in the process.