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Documenting your deployed changes
Documenting your deployed changes
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If your environment is linked to a git branch primarily for documentation, it's recommended to push your changes to git once you've successfully deployed elements. This process can be streamlined into a single action by clicking the Deploy&Push button, found in the deployment preview. The git commit message will automatically include all pertinent deployment details, along with a comprehensive list of all impacted NACL files.

Please remember, if you're mandating a specific commit message pattern, the Deploy&Push button may be deactivated if the auto-generated commit message doesn't match the required pattern. In such cases, you'll need to alter the deployment title and/or description.

As an alternative, you also have the option to deploy without pushing to git and push at a later time.

More information about documenting changes can be found here

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