To continue improving collaboration on DigitalOcean, we have begun incrementally converting existing customers’ personal accounts to team accounts.
To improve collaboration on our platform, a percentage of new signups on DigitalOcean will begin with a team account.
Team members with the biller role no longer have view-only access to a team’s shared resources. Billers have full access to billing information only and no access to shared resources or team settings.
When updating an SSH key’s name using the API, if the request body does not contain a new name, the SSH key’s name will now retain its previous value. Previously, if the request body did not contain a new name, the SSH key’s name would update to a default value of either the comment field or the first 23 characters from the public key.
We’ve separated your user information from personal account settings. User information is now accessible from within your personal account or your teams on the My Account page, which is accessible in the profile icon menu in the top right of the control panel, under Manage Account.
We’ve improved the account deactivation experience to more clearly guide users through the actions necessary to deactivate an account.
Account security history now only displays events after 17 August 2019. If you need data from an earlier date, open a support ticket.
The login page now provides quick access to your last-used login method.
The sign-in experience has been redesigned to help streamline two-factor authentication workflows and enable special announcements.
Released several improvements for seeking support, including a new support starting page that allows you to search DigitalOcean’s product documentation, Marketplace, and community tutorials from a single location.
Our API has been extended with a new endpoint enabling you to retrieve your account balance. For more information, see the balance endpoint in the API reference documentation.
Our referral program offer has changed from $50 for 30 days to $100 for 60 days. This change applies only to new referrals. Existing users with referral credits will retain their current balance and credit expiration dates.
DigitalOcean users can now sign up and sign in to DigitalOcean with GitHub OAuth. Users can switch their login type between password-based, Google OAuth, and GitHub OAuth.
Our referral program offer has changed from $100 for 60 days to $50 for 30 days. This change applies only to new referrals. Existing users with referral credits will retain their current balance and credit expiration dates.
Enabled users to sign up and sign in with their Google accounts. DigitalOcean users can switch their accounts back and forth between password-based and Google-based authentication.
Fixed issue with 2FA QR code generation for authenticator applications. Users with usernames over 26 characters were unable to generate a QR code. We now render up to 65 characters of a user’s entire email address and truncate if it is longer. This prevents errors for users with long email addresses, and renders more information in authenticator applications to help users with multiple accounts have more context.
Launched the new Dashboard experience to the control panel. The Dashboard replaces the Droplets page as the new default home page of the control panel. It provides at-a-glance visibility into active resources, like Droplets, Spaces, load balancers, floating IPs, and domains, month-to-date current billing usage, shortcuts to team management, and other common tasks without having to navigate to different and often hard-to-find sections of the control panel.
Improved notifications of when credits will be applied to an account.