To learn what has changed in Cloud Document Understanding this year, check out the monthly release notes.
We post updates anytime changes occur. This means a monthly release note may contain several dates that inform you about the changes made at that point in time.
To stay up-to-date with uptime for Document Understanding and all other Automation Cloud services, planned maintenance periods, or incidents, see the Status page.
For Document Understanding in Automation CloudTM, the updates that we announce in the release notes become available progressively, depending on:
- your licensing plan (community, or enterprise and enterprise trial)
- your organization and tenant region.
Therefore, updates reach different users at different times.
The date when a change is first announced in the release notes is the date when it first becomes available. If you haven't seen the change yet, you can expect to see it soon.
First release: Changes are first available to community users. This is when the release notes are published.
Enterprise release: If you are an enterprise or enterprise trial user, expect to see the updates 1 day after they are first announced. The exact number of days it takes for the changes to become available to you, in your chosen hosting region, varies depending on when we finish deploying the changes to all the regions.
We do not announce enterprise releases or releases to the different regions separately.
|Release note date||Community release date||Enterprise release date|
|11 January 2023||11 January 2023||starting with 12 January 2023|
This feature is available for enterprise customers with an Advanced Tier license.
Please contact the UiPath Sales team for more information on how to become an Advance Tier customer.
If your organization is hosted in a Delayed Update region, you receive updates for Automation Cloud and its services at least two weeks after they reach other enterprise organizations, which is subject to the rules described above.
The exact number of days it takes for the changes to become available in your Delayed Update organization, in your chosen hosting region, can be slightly higher than 14 days, depending on when we finish deploying the changes to all the regions.
You can use a typical enterprise organization as your pre-production environment to test updates, and use your Delayed Update organization as your production environment. After the updates are available in your enterprise organization, you can expect the changes to appear in your Delayed Update organization roughly two weeks later.
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