Start by selecting the environment you want to work in (Production, Staging or Development). By default, the Production environment is selected.
You will be able to use your feature variables, variations and goals across all of your environments, so no need to recreate them individually for each environment.
This allows you to develop, test and deliver your features and test them using a staged approach. With multi-environment setup, you can toggle your feature on or off specific to that environment, allowing you to be more at ease when turning it on for production users.
Technical note: With Kameleoon multi-environments feature flagging, you will have the possibility to use the parameter named “environment” within the YAML configuration file to define environment types. In the case there is no environment specified within your YAML file, the configuration associated with the Production environment from your feature flag edition page will be applied by default.