It’s time to get rid of traditional release notes
Colm Doyle

Still I’d rather have release notes which tell me what has changed, maybe in addition to the in app intro.

The only reason for those vague release notes is that you can do A/B testing without the user knowing they’re part of a test, I get that.

However, I prefer knowing what an update is for, even if it auto installs the update, and I guess a lot of people do.

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