Friday, April 23rd 2021
Git Fork Protection can now be disabled
If you receive a pull request from a fork of your Git repository that includes a change to the
vercel.json file or the Project has Environment Variables configured, Vercel will require authorization from you or a member of your Team to deploy the pull request.
This behavior protects you from accidentally leaking sensitive Project information.
If you're certain your Environment Variables do not contain sensitive information, you can now disable Git Fork Protection by visiting the Security section of your Project Settings.
Check out the documentation as well.