March 24, 2023

SDK Enhancements

  • SDK Offline Mode from JSON
  • Developers can now start their Go and Python SDK instances in localhost mode, and easily download SDK data in the form of JSON files with just one command. These files can then mimic test or production environments, helping to improve the testing of applications offline. 

March 23, 2023

Feature Management Console

  • Individual Target Key Limit
  • The individual target key limit has been updated to 500. This will enable users to deliver changes to their users faster without any impact on the application load times.

March 17, 2023


  • SDK Validation Checklist 
  • The SDK validation checklist helps users ensure that SDKs are implemented keeping best practices in mind. This checklist defines the general guidelines, checks, and validations that can be useful for developers and software architects to avoid common mistakes or oversights and to ensure optimal performance of the Split SDK. 

March 8, 2023


  • Experiment Review Period Notification
  • Users will now see a section on their My Work page that lists experiments ready for review. This will make it easier and faster for users to access their statistical results and encourage them to take informed next steps.


  • Split’s Amplitude Integration Update
  • Split’s Amplitude Integration now supports Amplitude EU instances. This will enable customers using the EU region to properly configure the integration and send Split impressions to Amplitude.

March 1, 2023

Feature Management Console

  • Metric Audit Logs
  • Metric Audit Logs will now capture when a metric name is updated and when an alert policy is created, updated, or deleted. This will help increase visibility across teams of all the changes made across Split.