Unleash 4.3 is here

Unleash 4.3 is here, bringing with it a number of improvements, big and small. Most notable is the release of the Environments feature, but we have other good news too. Read on to learn more!


The star of this update is our new environments feature! Unleash’s Environments feature is now generally available to all users: open source, pro, and enterprise. If you’ve been looking for the best way to manage features across environments, this is a release you don’t want to miss!

Read more about the environments feature in our recent blog post on environments. You can also head straight to the environments reference documentation for a video tour and how to get started.

Improved events

Unleash 4.3 also adds more detailed events for you to listen to. The new events are more specific and contain more metadata. This make it easier for you to listen to only what you need. You’ll be able to see what project the event occurred in, what environment, and the name of the feature. To make it easier to see what’s changed, the events will also contain the previous state of a feature when it is updated.

Learn more about the new events in the environments documentation or see the GitHub pull request to learn more about the implementation.

Other updates

Version 4.1 brought with it a new look for the Unleash UI, and since then we’ve kept working hard to make it even better. This time around we’ve created new status indicators for when Unleash last saw a feature flag, revamped the feature flag overview to work with environments, and many more small features.

Additionally, there’s been a number of minor fixes and improvements. See the 4.3 changelog for a more detailed overview.

Like the new updates? Hate them? Let us know what you think and how we can keep improving by hitting us up on Slack.

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