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February 16, 2022


Jared Luxenberg's avatar

The Editor allows you and your team to make new commands and change commands quickly. But if you have a big team contributing to your CommandBar, you might want to control when CommandBar changes are made available to users.

Introducing Releases, release management for CommandBar. You can read about the details here but the gist is:

  • If Releases is turned on, you can create a number of CommandBar environments that correspond to snapshots of the CommandBar config (the GIF shows Latest --> QA --> Prod).
  • Changes made in one environment can be promoted to the next one.
  • You can specify which environment to load in your CommandBar init method (e.g. to make Prod available to end users and QA available to your QA team)
  • A CommandBar admin can also toggle the active environment from a new settings panel inside the CommandBar

Let us know if you'd like to try out releases so we can enable it for your organization. Then, you can turn on releases from the Editor Settings tab, under Releases!