February 20, 2019
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It's been a month since our last update! Time flies when you're busy building so many lovely things…
Tasks can now be copied like executions can.
- For tasks created before 2018-10, parameters are not fully copied though – sorry about that!
The execution table views gained new powers.
- Executions can now be stopped and deleted en masse in the execution table views.
- The execution environment is now an optionally visible column in the tables.
- You can now filter executions by step name.
The metadata charts also got better!
- You can now choose to use a logarithmic scale for Y axes.
- Your chart settings are remembered (on your device) per-project.
- You can now easily view the latest values for each metadata value in a single table.
Team member privileges within organizations were slightly overhauled.
- Team members can now create new projects within the teams they're members of.
- Team members can now configure the projects they're members of.
- All organization members can now see projects which are not assigned to any team.
OpenSSH format keys are now supported for Git SSH authentication.
- Until now, we only supported the old PEM format.
OpenSSH 7.8, released in August 2018, defaults to the new OpenSSH format.
- This support is powered by our open source openssh-key library.
You now get $10 worth of extra credit when adding a credit card to your personal account.
- Optional parameters now work correctly when copying executions.
- Lapsed GitHub app authentications can now be reinstated.
- Optional parameters being unset no longer cause a very large apparent number of executions for tasks.
- Flag-type parameters work much better than before.