We’ve added a discovery date to the Content audit panel, so you can see when a conflict or duplicate was found.
Admins can now remove themselves (and other admins) from an organization, as long as they’re not the only remaining admin.
There’s a new Markdown shortcut to add a divider to your page. Type
---and on an empty line and hit
Enterto add a divider.
Added a notification to show if there’s an error when duplicating a space.
You can now update or remove a space’s emoji using the API.
When you’re viewing your space’s user ratings in the Insights panel, you can now jump to a listed page by clicking it.
You’ll now see a maximum of three user avatars in the footer, so if multiple people have edited a space recently it won’t fill the width of your content.
Fixed some graphical issues with diff icons and GitBook AI search answers.
Fixed an issue where merging a change request just after editing the content could occasionally cause the merged revision to be out of date.
Fixed an issue that sometimes caused an invisible comments button to published content, and resulted in duplicated URLs.
Fixed a crash that could sometimes occur when viewing the spaces or teams a user was a part of in an organization.
Fixed an issue where published content using links in headers could cause visual flashing.
Fixed an issue where snippets and comments didn’t save.
We’re constantly working on improving the way you and your team work in GitBook, and value your input on features, bugs, and more. Make sure you head to our official GitBook Community to join the discussion!