Each Feature Flag has it’s own setting options. In order to change feature flags settings:
Go to the CloudBees Feature Management dashboard and on the left sidebar, select.
Select a feature flag.
To get to the feature flag settings, select the Settings tab at the top, next to Audience.
|All feature flags settings are environment specific.|
Feature flag settings include:
Feature flag description
Feature flag variations (only for number or string-based flags)
Feature flag label
Feature flag stickiness property
Clone feature flag to an environment
Hide or unhide feature flag
|When editing the settings, your modifications are saved automatically.|
General feature flag descriptions can be used by the team for any notes associated with this feature flag and in this environment.
For string or number flags, you can add or remove variations from the feature flag setting tab:
Go to the feature flag Settings tab.
Edit Variations > Edit.
Delete Variation by clicking on the garbage icon.
+ Add another variationto add another possible value.
|You can only remove variants that are not actively being used in the Audience screen.|
When setting targeting for number or string-based flags, you are also able to decide if you want to use predefined variations or some free texts as targeting values. Variations are useful when you have string or numerical values which cannot be completely predetermined. (For example, timeout value, URL address, and more) Set it to off in order to use free text within the targeting screen.
Labels help you categorize and mark feature flags. This is helpful for managing different stakeholders, different deployment types, or any external marking of feature flags. For example, you can add a label to feature flag with the name of a specific group that "owns" specific feature flags.
You can also filter by labels using Flag filters on an environment’s overview page.
To add a new label to the system:
Go to App Settings > Labels tab.
Click Add a new label.
Enter a name and a description.
To add a label to a feature flag:
Go to the Settings tab of a feature flag.
Select the label from the drop-down menu. You can add many labels to a feature flag.
On the main feature flags dashboard, click on the label to filter for feature flags with the same label.
The Stickiness Property determines the property that is the basis for stickiness behavior for a particular feature flag.
The default value for the Stickiness Property is
is a UUID generated by the end device, or a randomly generated number in
the server side SDK. The
distinct_id is stored on the local storage of
The Stickiness Property is used by the system to determine what value a user should get when Splitting values. For more information, refer to How split by percentage works.
The Stickiness Property is changed when you want to have a consistent behavior across multiple devices.
For example, if you choose
userId as the Stickiness Property, the
userId has consistent behavior on all of his or her devices. Another
example is using the
account_id as the Stickiness Property. This
creates a consistent behavior for all users in the same account.
To change the default (
distinct_id) Stickiness Property:
Go to the CloudBees Feature Management dashboard.
Go to the relevant Environment.
Click on the feature flag you wish to configure.
Click on the Settings tab.
Click on Edit in the Stickiness Property box.
In the Edit Stickiness window, select the drop-down arrow to choose a Stickiness Property.
Select Update Property.
If a user deletes the application, a new |
You can use this capability to clone an existing feature flag configuration across environments. If a feature flag configuration already exists on the destination environment, the system will prompt you and ask if you want to override the existing configuration.
Each feature flag can be either in a visible or hidden mode. Hidden feature flags are flags you cannot or will not remove from the code, but do not want to view them in the main feature flags interface.
Hiding a feature flag does not do anything to the feature flag aside from putting it in the hidden feature flags tab.
When a feature flag is hidden, you can unhide it from the feature flag Settings tab.