Release notes, reimagined

A new way of creating release notes: streamlined, intuitive and powered by AI. Leverage your git commit history to create detailed, informative release notes—without ever accessing your code.

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My Awesome Project v1.0.0 Release Notes

We are pleased to announce the release of My Awesome Project v1.0.0. This release includes various improvements, bug fixes, and new features. Below is a summary of the most significant changes in this release.

New Features


Bug Fixes

Other changes

We would like to thank Alice and Bob for their contributions to this release.