Structure of the rollout planner

Written by Julie Trenque

Updated on 03/02/2023

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The Rollout planner consists of several blocks.

A. A header in the top left indicating the name of the flag, the associated sitecode (you can copy and paste it directly from here) and the feature key. Click the name to edit the flag’s details.

B. A Setup menu to create and manage your feature variables and feature variations[url].

C. A Rollout Planner specific to each of your environments. Changes made to a feature flag are specific to the environment you have selected in this section. Kameleoon lets you easily map your actual production and staging/QA environments to the app. 

D. A reporting section which lists the results pages for your created experiments.

E. This toggle controls your feature flag and turns it on or off.

F. This is where your rollout rules are added for releases and experiments.

G. A rollout summary that gives you a quick snapshot of the variations you’re currently delivering via your rollout rules and the segments that are being targeted.

A footer to view the date of the last backup, save the flag or delete it (via the 3-dot menu).