Release Notes for 2021.8
Available on: September 1st, 2021
Supported Browsers and OS
Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04
Release Component Versions
Key features and improvements
From now on, jobs can be shared in the same manner as flows. There is a new Jobs tab under Permissions that allows the user to select and share all of their jobs, or specific ones, with read-only (RO), or read and write (RW) permission. If there are shared jobs, they appear under the Jobs tab (in a “Shared” folder) of the relevant user.
If a user has RO access for a job, they can see the job itself, and also all the logs produced by executions of that job.
If a user has RW permission for another user's jobs folder, the user can also create a new job under that user, as well as edit or delete any existing job.
Detailed information when deleting items
When deleting workflows, auths, or integrations, a dialog providing detailed information on what exactly you are deleting is shown.
SSH key authentication added to GIT
You can use SSH key auth from now on when pushing flows to GIT.
Worker groups are added to the logs
On the top of status, started and ended time, URI, and output, you can now also see the worker group for each flow executed by checking the logs.
Various bug fixes and improvements
Lots of bug fixes, stability, performance and UI/UX improvements, as well as:
If the user has enabled system variables, they no longer need to supply the wrap_body and wrap_header parameters
Improved flow importing
Redesigned Start block