Auto-cancel running builds too (if needed)

By popular request, now you can cancel running builds along with all the others in the queue to have the latest code version built as soon as possible. 🏃

By popular request, now you can cancel running builds along with all the others in the queue to have the latest code version built as soon as possible. 🏃

We introduced Rolling builds a couple of weeks ago, which made it possible to auto-cancel all the on-hold builds in your build queue if you start a new one. Now we've added another option to auto-cancel running builds along with the ones in the queue so you don't have to do it manually or wait for its conclusion.

After enabling rolling builds on the Settings page of your app, you can decide which types of builds to abort:

  • Pull Requests
    Will cancel all previous builds for Pull Requests and all related Pushes
  • Pushes
    Will cancel all previous builds for Pushes to the same branch
  • Running builds 🏃
    Will also auto-cancel running builds in addition to on-hold ones

Happy building! 🏢

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