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Self-hosted Retool 2.69

Deprecated release
This release has been deprecated and is no longer supported.


Self-hosted Retool 2.69.18-legacy was released on .


  • Added an improved configuration page, that allows you to stop downward sync at any time and verify that your Github integration is configured correctly.
  • Added support for creating and managing Releases for apps under Source Control.
  • Added support for Source Control to be compatible w/multi-instance deployments (without Git Syncing!). Be sure to check out our Getting started guide, Recommended Workflow, and how-to on Migrating from Git Syncing!
  • When you're writing a query in an app, you may realize that it would be useful in many apps. Rather than copy/pasting your work, you can now extract your resource query to the Query Library and import your new, reusable query wherever you need it! We'll automatically convert JS expressions to query variables, so that each app can configure its own inputs. To learn more about reusing queries with the Query Library, check out the docs.
  • Enabled editors to reset a protected app to the state of any remote branch, allowing you to preview others' branches or preview branches where conflicts were resolved offline


  • Fix a bug where users would be stuck in an authentication loop for certain types of custom auth flows.
  • Fixed Table's Button column type so that it can evaluate references to other components when setting the disabled field


  • Made UI improvements across the board, such as naming a branch before creating it. We handled tricky edge cases w/Github API, squashed several bugs, and more! You'll also notice a dedicated Actions menu for all source control related options, and clickable commit tags in your app's version history.
  • Updated S3 read queries to return base64 encoded strings for binary/octet-stream content-type payloads


  • Removed notifications from appearing on every copy and paste operation
Self-hosted Retool releases may include some changes that only apply to cloud-hosted organizations.