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The following Vercel features allow your team to iterate quickly by streamlining content editing, simplifying feedback-loops, and promoting effective communication.
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These tools help maintain consistent project standards and foster collaboration with both internal and external stakeholders.

Leaving comments on deployments allows team members to discuss changes, provide feedback, and make suggestions directly on deployment previews, improving the communication process and reducing the risk of miscommunication.

Learn how to enable seamless communication and collaboration within your team and with external collaborators.

Visual Editing is available in Beta on Pro and Enterprise plans

Visual Editing allows developers and non-technical team members to bridge the gap between content editing on websites and headless CMSs, reducing the need for back-and-forth communication and speeding up content updates.

Learn to use Visual Editing for streamlined content editing.

Draft Mode is available on all plans

Vercel's Draft Mode enables you to view your unpublished headless CMS content on your site before publishing it.

Feature Flags are available in Beta on all plans

View and override your application's feature flags from the Vercel Toolbar.

Compatible with all providers, including LaunchDarkly, Optimizely, Statsig, Hypertune, Split, and custom flag setups

Learn how to see and override feature flags in your applications.

Conformance is available on Enterprise plans

Conformance enforces best practices and maintains consistency across projects, making it easier for developers to work together and ensures a high standard of code quality.

Learn how to use Conformance to maintain consistency in your projects and adhere to best practices.

Code Owners are available on Enterprise plans

Code Owners helps define responsibility for code and access control within Vercel projects, ensuring a smooth and organized development process, and promoting accountability among team members.

Learn how to use Code Owners for improved code management.

Last updated on February 6, 2023