ICYMI: We've Made it Easier to Sync Your Work in Prismic
Over the last 6 months we’ve released several updates to Prismic and Slice Machine designed specifically to improve your ability too keep all your work synced, and we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss any of them. Below you’ll find three updates we know are going to make your experiences with Prismic more efficient for both solo and collaborative development. So take a look and be sure to let us know what you think in this thread.
Want to keep track of what else we are working on or request something in particular? Head over to Prismic.io/progress to connect with the team and track our progress.
Sync Changes - Push all your Slice Machine changes in one click
If you use Slice Machine on a weekly basis, you know how tedious it is to push all the changes that you’ve made to your Prismic repository with Slice Machine. We’ve launched “Sync Changes” to drastically improve this process. This feature lists all the changes between your code and your repository and to push those changes in one click from Slice Machine.
Synchronize your Environments!
Are you regularly implementing new website designs or need on your Custom Types in isolation? We’ve built a reliable and easy way for you to to clone the entirety of your production repository, copying all Custom Types, documents, and media files with Prismic Environments! Try it out and let us know what you think.
Delete your Slices & Custom Types from Slice Machine
We’ve significantly simplified the Slice management workflow by making it possible to delete Slices and Custom Types directly in Slice Machine!
With the addition of this feature, you’ll will be able to delete Slices directly in Slice Machine. This will significantly simplify the Slice management workflow, avoiding the hassle of using the Custom Types API for Slice deletion. This has been a very popular feature requested here in the community, so we are especially proud to be able to deliver to all of you.
As you can see, we've been busy! If you have a questions or feedback, be sure to drop them in this thread. If you found this rundown helpful, let us know and we'll keep doing these.
Lastly, if you have an idea about what we should work on next or want to lend your voice to something we are already working on, be sure to visit Prismic.io/progress! You can submit requests, follow features, and get updates on when we open applications for Early Access.
I can't wait to see what you build with all these new features!