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Improvements and Fixes

With your feedback, we've shipped bug fixes and small feature requests to improve your product experience.

  • Vercel CLI: v28.4.5 was released with bug fixes and improved JSON parsing.
  • A new system environment variable: VERCEL_GIT_PREVIOUS_SHA is now available in the Ignored Build Step, allowing scripts to compare changes against the SHA of the last successful deployment for the current project, and branch.
  • Vercel dashboard navigation: We’ve made it easier to navigate around the dashboard with the Command Menu. You can now search for a specific setting and get linked right to it on the page.
  • More granular deployment durations: The total duration time shown in the deployment tab on the Vercel dashboard now includes all 3 steps (building, checking, and assigning domains) and the time stamp next to each step is no longer rounded up.
  • Transferring projects: When transferring a project, the current team is always shown in the dropdown, disabled, with a "Current" label at the end. This is to prevent users from trying to transfer a project to the same Hobby team it already is in and also to keep the current team context.
  • Improved deployment logs: Logs that start with npm ERR! are now highlighted in red in deployment logs.  
  • CLI docs revamp: The Vercel CLI docs have moved and now include release phases and plan call-outs.
  • Build environment updates: Node.js updated to v16.16.0, npm updated to v8.11.0, pnpm updated to v7.12.2.

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Cover for Easily access Vercel Brand Assets and Guidelines

Easily access Vercel Brand Assets and Guidelines

You can now copy the SVGs for the Vercel logo and wordmark or open the brand guidelines by right clicking on the Vercel logo no matter where you are in the platform. The SVGs are ready for you to use in code or in your favorite design app.

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Cover for Improved monorepo support with increased Projects per repository

Improved monorepo support with increased Projects per repository

To help your monorepo grow, we have updated the number of projects that you are able to add from a single git repository for both Pro and Enterprise plans.

Pro users can attach up to 60 (increased from 10) projects per single git repository, and the Enterprise limit has more than doubled.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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Cover for Commenting on Previews is now in Public Beta

Commenting on Previews is now in Public Beta

With comments, teams can give collaborative feedback directly on copy, components, interactions, and more right in your Preview Deployments.

PR owners, comment creators, and participants in comment threads can review and collaborate on real UI with comments, screenshots, notifications, all synchronized with Slack.

Check out the documentation to learn more or opt-in to start using comments now.

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Cover for Add elastic scalability to your backend with Cockroach Labs

Add elastic scalability to your backend with Cockroach Labs

Combine CockroachDB Serverless with Vercel Serverless functions in under a minute to build apps faster and scale your entire backend elastically with the new Cockroach Labs integration, now in beta.

Try out the integration.

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Cover for Vercel Remote Cache SDK is now available

Vercel Remote Cache SDK is now available

Remote Caching is an advanced feature that build tools like Turborepo use to speed up execution by caching build artifacts and outputs in the cloud. With Remote Caching, artifacts can be shared between team members in both local, and CI environments—ensuring you never need to recompute work that has already been done.

With the release of the Vercel Remote Cache SDK, we're making the Vercel Remote Cache available to everyone. Through Vercel's Remote Caching API, teams can leverage this advanced primitive without worrying about hosting, infrastructure, or maintenance.

In addition to Turborepo, which ships with the Vercel Remote Cache support by default, we're releasing plugins for Nx and Rush.

Check out our examples to get started.

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Cover for Search domains on the Vercel dashboard

Search domains on the Vercel dashboard

You can now search your list of domains in the Domains tab on the Vercel dashboard to instantly find what you're looking for.

The search bar improves discoverability for teams working with multiple domains that often have long lists of domains to parse through.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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Cover for Enterprise customers can now export audit logs

Enterprise customers can now export audit logs

Customers on the Enterprise plan can now export up to 90 days of Audit Logs to a CSV file.

Audit Logs allow team owners to track important events that occurred on their team including who performed an action, what action was taken, and when it was performed.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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Cover for New configuration overrides available per-deployment

New configuration overrides available per-deployment

It's now easier to test out a new framework, package manager, or other build tool without disrupting the rest of your project. We've added support for configuration overrides on a per-deployment basis powered by six new properties for vercel.json.

The six supported settings are:

  • framework
  • buildCommand
  • outputDirectory
  • installCommand
  • devCommand
  • ignoreCommand

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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Cover for Intelligent ignored builds using Turborepo

Intelligent ignored builds using Turborepo

When deployed on Vercel, Turborepo now supports only building affected projects via the new turbo-ignore npm package, saving time and helping teams stay productive.

turbo-ignore leverages the Turborepo dependency graph to automatically determine if each app, or one of its dependencies has changed and needs to be deployed.

Try it now by setting npx turbo-ignore as the Ignored Build Step for each project within your monorepo.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Improvements and Fixes

With your feedback, we've shipped bug fixes and small feature requests to improve your product experience.

  • Vercel CLI: v28.4.5 was released with bug fixes and improved JSON parsing.
  • A new system environment variable: VERCEL_GIT_PREVIOUS_SHA is now available in the Ignored Build Step, allowing scripts to compare changes against the SHA of the last successful deployment for the current project, and branch.
  • Vercel dashboard navigation: We’ve made it easier to navigate around the dashboard with the Command Menu. You can now search for a specific setting and get linked right to it on the page.
  • More granular deployment durations: The total duration time shown in the deployment tab on the Vercel dashboard now includes all 3 steps (building, checking, and assigning domains) and the time stamp next to each step is no longer rounded up.
  • Transferring projects: When transferring a project, the current team is always shown in the dropdown, disabled, with a "Current" label at the end. This is to prevent users from trying to transfer a project to the same Hobby team it already is in and also to keep the current team context.
  • Improved deployment logs: Logs that start with npm ERR! are now highlighted in red in deployment logs.  
  • CLI docs revamp: The Vercel CLI docs have moved and now include release phases and plan call-outs.
  • Build environment updates: Node.js updated to v16.16.0, npm updated to v8.11.0, pnpm updated to v7.12.2.

Cover for Easily access Vercel Brand Assets and Guidelines
Cover for Easily access Vercel Brand Assets and Guidelines

You can now copy the SVGs for the Vercel logo and wordmark or open the brand guidelines by right clicking on the Vercel logo no matter where you are in the platform. The SVGs are ready for you to use in code or in your favorite design app.

Cover for Improved monorepo support with increased Projects per repository
Cover for Improved monorepo support with increased Projects per repository

To help your monorepo grow, we have updated the number of projects that you are able to add from a single git repository for both Pro and Enterprise plans.

Pro users can attach up to 60 (increased from 10) projects per single git repository, and the Enterprise limit has more than doubled.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Commenting on Previews is now in Public Beta
Cover for Commenting on Previews is now in Public Beta

With comments, teams can give collaborative feedback directly on copy, components, interactions, and more right in your Preview Deployments.

PR owners, comment creators, and participants in comment threads can review and collaborate on real UI with comments, screenshots, notifications, all synchronized with Slack.

Check out the documentation to learn more or opt-in to start using comments now.

Cover for Add elastic scalability to your backend with Cockroach Labs
Cover for Add elastic scalability to your backend with Cockroach Labs

Combine CockroachDB Serverless with Vercel Serverless functions in under a minute to build apps faster and scale your entire backend elastically with the new Cockroach Labs integration, now in beta.

Try out the integration.

Cover for Vercel Remote Cache SDK is now available
Cover for Vercel Remote Cache SDK is now available

Remote Caching is an advanced feature that build tools like Turborepo use to speed up execution by caching build artifacts and outputs in the cloud. With Remote Caching, artifacts can be shared between team members in both local, and CI environments—ensuring you never need to recompute work that has already been done.

With the release of the Vercel Remote Cache SDK, we're making the Vercel Remote Cache available to everyone. Through Vercel's Remote Caching API, teams can leverage this advanced primitive without worrying about hosting, infrastructure, or maintenance.

In addition to Turborepo, which ships with the Vercel Remote Cache support by default, we're releasing plugins for Nx and Rush.

Check out our examples to get started.

Cover for Search domains on the Vercel dashboard
Cover for Search domains on the Vercel dashboard

You can now search your list of domains in the Domains tab on the Vercel dashboard to instantly find what you're looking for.

The search bar improves discoverability for teams working with multiple domains that often have long lists of domains to parse through.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Enterprise customers can now export audit logs
Cover for Enterprise customers can now export audit logs

Customers on the Enterprise plan can now export up to 90 days of Audit Logs to a CSV file.

Audit Logs allow team owners to track important events that occurred on their team including who performed an action, what action was taken, and when it was performed.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for New configuration overrides available per-deployment
Cover for New configuration overrides available per-deployment

It's now easier to test out a new framework, package manager, or other build tool without disrupting the rest of your project. We've added support for configuration overrides on a per-deployment basis powered by six new properties for vercel.json.

The six supported settings are:

  • framework
  • buildCommand
  • outputDirectory
  • installCommand
  • devCommand
  • ignoreCommand

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Intelligent ignored builds using Turborepo
Cover for Intelligent ignored builds using Turborepo

When deployed on Vercel, Turborepo now supports only building affected projects via the new turbo-ignore npm package, saving time and helping teams stay productive.

turbo-ignore leverages the Turborepo dependency graph to automatically determine if each app, or one of its dependencies has changed and needs to be deployed.

Try it now by setting npx turbo-ignore as the Ignored Build Step for each project within your monorepo.

Check out the documentation to learn more.