We listened to your feedback and released new versions (v4) of actions/upload-artifact and actions/download-artifact. While this version of the actions to upload and download artifacts includes up to 10x performance improvements and several new features, there are also key differences from previous versions that may require updates to your workflows.
Keep Your Email Private
Good news for folks who want to get their web-based GitHub Flow on while remaining cloaked in secrecy: Today we're :ship:ing the ability to make your email address private! Until…
Good news for folks who want to get their web-based GitHub Flow on while remaining
cloaked in secrecy: Today we’re
Until today, all web-based GitHub Flow used your primary email address.
This included creating, editing, and deleting files, as well as merging pull requests.
But now you can keep your email address private. To do so, visit your email settings page:
With this turned on, web-based operations will use a
firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
Think of this as
git config user.email for the website. You should still use
for configuring your email address for commits done via the command line, though.
For more information, see the help document.