This week we launched our new product Runbooks, enabled paginated logs to be downloaded as CSV files, shipped task cloning, and rolled out a new website. If you have feature requests you'd like to see in future changelogs, let us know at email@example.com.
You can now string together multiple tasks into a multi-step runbook. Use runbooks for workflows like customer onboarding flows, on-call runbooks, and more. Read more about runbook in our docs or sign up for a one-on-one demo here.
The ability to clone tasks is now live. From any task, select the triple dots, clone, rename, and save. Just as with initial task creation, you'll need to "create" the new task for it to save.
Download logs as CSV
You can now download paginated task logs as CSV files. Access this on your task's run page by clicking on the run and selecting the 'Logs' tab. The CSV will contain logs for the run in table form with timestamps and corresponding messages.
Our new homepage went live last week. We've added information about runbooks as well as emphasized many of the things our users have mentioned that they love about Airplane–approval flows, our Slack integration, self-hosted agents, and more.