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Note that we often move things around, do things that are not listed, and cancel things that are listed. Some of the things listed here might not ever be in GitLab. New Starter, Premium, and Ultimate features are indicated with labels. This is our best estimate of where new features will land, but is in no way definitive. You can also view upcoming features by product tier.
Past releases can be found on our releases page.
git push event to the default branch
scan_result_policyfrom its initial implementation
scan_result_policyas an approval rule functionality
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