November 16th, 2021

Azure DevOps Integration

Split now supports the Azure DevOps integration. This integration increases agility and safety in your Azure Boards by weaving feature flags into the development lifecycle from tracking features in your boards to deploying new features with Azure Pipelines. Once configured, you  can create feature flags and view flag statuses along with details associated with work items. Without leaving Azure DevOps, it is also easy to set up tasks to define custom rollouts in a pipeline. With Azure, you can:

  • Customize rollouts: With feature flags, you and your  teams can strategically enable rollouts as needed, including canary releases, dark launches, and A/B tests.
  • Save time: Allows you to associate feature flags with items in development with menus and native integration. You no longer have to switch between solutions.

To get started with Split and Azure DevOps, refer to our Azure DevOps integration documentation for more information.

August 10th, 2021

Management console

Statuses and Rollout board
You can now assign a status to each feature flag upon creation or when updating targeting rules. Statuses indicate a feature’s stage in the release process. Rollout board visualizes all flags by their assigned status so you can track multiple releases and experiments in one place.

August 4th, 2021

SDK Enhancement

  • React Native SDK
    Our new SDK for React Native is powered by Split’s core TypeScript modules, and is optimized towards mobile lifecycle and use cases. It also uses a pluggable API to keep your bundle leaner by selecting only the features you need, with the ability to add more as we release them.

June 8th, 2021


  • Share results from Metrics
    The new Share results dropdown, in the Metrics tab, allows you to share results from experiments with your teammates. Select the format that best meets their needs (JSON, PDF, CSV, or via URL). Available to all Experimentation customers.

April 28th, 2021


  • Jira Software Integration Update
    A new Jira integration is now available, with which you can connect and view issue and flag details in both Jira and Split. With this bidirectional connection, you can track rollouts for an associated issue in Jira and issues tied to a feature flag in Split.

REST API Enhancements

  • Approvals via the Admin API
    Engineers can now use Admin API endpoints to approve and reject change requests. This will allow teams to externalize approval processes to 3rd party applications already being leveraged for change management.