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What's New in 2020.4?

Seq 2020.4 is all about the Storage screen — see exactly where disk space is going, and how effective retention policies are at freeing up resources.

You can find it under Data > Storage.

Seq 2020.4 storage view, showing retention policy markers.

The Settings > Users list is also now fully searchable (a relief for customers with hundreds of active users!); dark and light modes can be set to follow your operating system's dark/light setting; all queries are now fully cancellable; entire events can be easily copied as JSON; and, as always, there's a host of other small fixes and improvements.


Did you miss Seq 2020.3?

Check out What's new in Seq 2020.3 for all of the details!

For detailed release contents, see the GitHub milestone. For additional upgrade instructions, see Upgrading from Seq 2020.3

Updated 18 days ago

What's Next

Ready to upgrade? Seq 2020.4 is a highly-compatible, in-place upgrade from earlier versions. Most upgrades are as simple as [running the installer](docs:getting-started) or [pulling the new Docker image](docs:getting-started-with-docker), but if you have a custom integration into the Seq API, check out [the full compatibility notes](docs:upgrading) for all the details.

Getting Started on Windows
Getting Started with Docker

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