As part of our ongoing efforts to improve the release process in Release Management, our team has been hard at work iterating on the UX. In order to accommodate these significant changes, we need to disable the checklist feature in Release Management.
What does this mean for your existing checklists?
If your ongoing or upcoming releases currently include any checklists, don’t worry, we are handling this transition with care. If you had already created tasks for a release, you will see an inline message about the removal of the checklist feature. It will provide easy access to the read-only view of all your checklist items and their current statuses.
Is any action required on your part?
If there are checklist tasks you wish to preserve, you can easily access them by clicking on the “View your tasks” button, or for completed releases in the release summary page.
When can you expect checklists to return?
While we’re enthusiastic about bringing back checklists, we want to be transparent about our roadmap priorities. Currently, the checklist items feature is not our highest priority, but rest assured, it’s on our radar for future development.
Your feedback matters
As we continue to improve our product, your feedback is invaluable to us. If you have any thoughts, ideas, or suggestions on how we can enhance the checklist items in Release Management, we would love to hear from you! Please feel free to share your thoughts below.
Thank you for your understanding and continuous support. We are committed to making Release Management more intuitive, efficient, and user-friendly for you.