GitHub Enterprise 2.12 has arrived with new organization tools to help your team stay focused and do their best work. Get project board enhancements, global webhooks, repository archiving, and more by upgrading to our latest release.
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Project boards help you keep track of what’s happening with a group of tasks. Now, with automation events, you can let your project boards update the status of your tasks for you. Whether you or a teammate add a new card to a project, close an issue, or merge a pull request, your cards will automatically move between columns in real time.
If you rely on assistive technology or prefer using the keyboard to manage project boards, you can now use our new keyboard shortcuts to quickly navigate between cards and columns. Simple keystrokes allow you to move cards and columns anywhere on the board, commit changes, or review the keyboard shortcuts in more detail.
Project boards are a great way to organize tasks, but often, those tasks have external dependencies. With our new Enterprise release, you can use notes to add links to those dependencies. When you reference an issue or pull request in a note, you’ll now see a preview of the cross-referenced link in a summary card, giving you more context.
Now you can configure webhooks for an entire enterprise instance instead of one repository or organization at a time. Admins will be notified about new users and organizations, deleted users and organizations, and membership changes.
You don’t have to delete repositories when they’re inactive. Now you can archive older projects to make them read-only to owners and contributors. While no one will be able to add new issues, pull requests, or comments, you’ll be clutter-free and still have access to the repositories if you decide to iterate on them later.
With Enterprise 2.12, you can also search for repositories by their license using license family names or queries like “license:mit” and “license:gpl-3.0”. License searching gives you another way to find projects that fit your licensing requirements or repos you’d like to work on. We’ve even added a license filter on the “Advanced Search” page to help you craft the exact query you need.
GitHub Enterprise now supports Let’s Encrypt, a public Certificate Authority (CA), which automatically obtains and renews TLS and SSL certificates. Admins can get a secure “green HTTPS padlock” by running a simple CLI command or requesting a TLS certificate in the Management Console, with no fees or manual steps for certificate renewal.
Download GitHub Enterprise 2.12 to start using these tools. You can also check out the release notes to see what else is new or enable update checks to automatically check for the latest GitHub Enterprise release.
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