Awesome Graphs shows statistics based on the e-mails contributors used when committing changes to the repository. Sometimes one contributor can use different e-mails which can lead to inconsistent and incomplete data shown by Awesome Graphs.
To address this problem you can:
Awesome Graphs is not case sensitive for user emails.
Starting from Stash 2.5.0 you can use the .mailmap file in your repository to merge several e-mails for one user. However, only it affects only the contributions made after you added or edited the .mailmap file.
This feature is available only under a commercial or evaluation license.
To join the contributions made by the same person under multiple e-mails before the .mailmap was edited or added, you need to add the missing e-mails in Manage Account - Email addresses for each user.
The easiest way to understand what e-mails should be added is to find identically named users in the Contributors tab, hover over their names and see an e-mail in a pop-up tip.
You can add as many e-mails as you want, unless they are used by other Stash accounts.
The e-mails in the list are marked as follows:
|Note||Description||Can be deleted|
|Primary||The default user e-mail in Stash.||No|
Counterparts of already existing e-mails differing only in case.
|Unmarked||E-mails manually added by the user.||Yes|