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Releases and Versioning

Nautical continously deploys regular updates to improve our platform. If you're unsure what version you have, follow the instructions in this article to check your current version.

If you have any trouble finding your version, contact Nautical Support for assistance.

Checking the Dashboard version

To check the current version of your Nautical Dashboard, append /version.txt to your Dashboard URL and visit that address in a web browser.

For example, if you log into your Dashboard at, you can go to to view the current version.

The version number will be displayed in the browser along with the date and time of deployment:

Refer to the Operator Changelog see the latest changes to the Dashboard.

Checking the API version

To check what API version you have, append /about to your API url and visit that address in a web browser.

For example, if you access the API through, you can visit to view the current version.

The version number will be displayed in the browser:

Refer to the Developer Changelog to understand the updates in your current API version.

Release process

Our release process typically involves deploying updates and new features to the staging environment first. Customers with access to the staging environment can evaluate and test the changes under real-world conditions.

This testing period ensures that any issues are identified and resolved before the release reaches the broader production environment. However, releases may also be deployed directly to production for critical patches and high-priority fixes.

Understanding staging and production environments

As part of our deployment process, the version numbers between the staging and production environments may differ since releases are staggered between staging and production.

Staging environment

The staging environment serves as a testing and quality assurance platform before new releases are deployed to the production environment. It allows users to validate changes and updates in a controlled setting before they are made available to a broader audience.


Staging environments are typically available only to customers an agreement that includes this additional environment. If you are unsure whether your organization has access to the staging environment, please reach out to our support team or your account manager for clarification.

Production environment

The production environment is the live and operational version of the software accessible to your buyers and sellers. It represents the stable and officially released version of the product.

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