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It is time to prepare an update again! After a week of testing release candidates, we’re ready to unleash two updates with bugfixes and minor improvements to the Nextcloud community. Read on to find out what’s new, check the full changelog or grab the latest version now!
Nextcloud 12.0.3 delivers a lot of enhancements in various areas. With over 60 pull requests closed it has about 170 commits fixing small problems and bringing minor improvements all over.
The most notable improvements include:
A subset of the changes has been made available for Nextcloud 11 as well as part of Nextcloud 11.0.5. As we also made some security-relevant improvements we recommend you update your Nextcloud servers at your earliest convenience! See the changelog for details and download links.
We’d like to thank not only the contributors who helped make this release possible but also the many users who took time to test the release candidate and help us shake out any problems. Their contribution enables a much wider range of possible configurations and setups to be tested which cannot be done in an automated way. If you, despite all this, encounter any problems, please report it and consider joining our testing efforts next time to ensure your use case is taken into account!