5 October: Theme-aware images, team owners and more

We’ve added an option to tailor images for light and dark modes, added team owners, and have some great security news to share!

You can now click the options button on an inline or block image to choose a specific image for dark mode. This is great if you have diagrams or illustrations with no backgrounds — now you can create a version to work specifically with dark mode in your docs.

If you’re using GitHub or GitLab Sync, you can also do set these in Markdown using the HTML syntax <picture> and <source>. Head to our docs to find out more.

➕ Improved

  • We’ve added the option to set team owners for your teams. If you’re on our Enterprise plans, you can now set a team owner for a specific team. They can manage team members and access organization settings, no matter their other permissions.

  • We’ve got our SOC 2 and ISO 27001 security certifications! Read our blog post to find out more about what this means and why it’s such great news 🎉

🔧 Fixed

  • Fixed a bug that caused unexpected scrolling when you selected text in an expandable block or a table.

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.

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