Stay Up To Date with Fellow

How to find and track feature releases

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Written by Julia
Updated over a week ago

At Fellow, we are constantly updating our tool to enhance your experience! This can include new integrations, new features, or even updates to existing aspects of Fellow. If you're looking to stay up to date with our releases, here's a few ways to do so:

Viewing Release Notes within Fellow

Use the blue chat bubble on the bottom right-hand side of your Fellow account to access our latest news releases!

Step 1: Click on the blue chat bubble to expand your options

Step 2: Click News to view our latest release

Step 3: Click on the title of the release you'd like to learn more about to get some more details

Tracking, Adding, and Voting for Feature Requests

We love hearing our users' insights and implementing your ideas into Fellow! You can view, submit, track, or comment on feature requests at any time. You can do this by visiting our feature request board directly here, or by launching the blue support bubble, scrolling down, and clicking Give Feedback as pictured below.

Step 1: Click on the blue chat bubble to expand your options

Step 2: Scroll down and select Give Feedback

This will launch a modal where you can create a new request and/or search for previously submitted requests. You will also have the option to leave comments or vote for features you'd like to see in Fellow and be notified of any status changes for those features.

Fellow Launch Events

Fellow is an ever-evolving product and our team loves sharing our product updates! This means that a few times a year, our team hosts launch events where we showcase new features with some of the team members who made it happen. Launch guests in the past have included our CEO, head of marketing, senior product managers, and more!

You can check out our website (or follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter) to stay up to date on our next launch event!

P.S. In case you're curious, all of our previous launches can be found on our YouTube page! πŸš€

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