FusionAuth is under active development. We often get questions from users and clients asking about when a particular feature will be implemented or can be expected.
"Alas, it is always dangerous to prophesy, particularly about the future." - Danish proverb
We love our community and a large part of our development effort is directed by feedback from the community. We also love our paying customers and want to make sure their needs are met as well.
Viewing the Roadmap
If you’re a paying customer and need delivery timelines for specific features, please open a support ticket with your questions. We’ll get back to you with answers.
If you’re a community member, it is best to review the issues project which provides a short term roadmap (what we are currently working on, what is on deck). You can also review issues to be resolved in the next few releases in the milestones view.
You can sort the full issues list by the number of votes which is a good indicator of future development efforts.
It’s important to note that our roadmap is fluid. Our development efforts are responsive both to community and customer needs. When you view the lists above, please take them as general guides and not hard and fast commitments.
If you’re a paying customer and need a particular feature, please open a support ticket. We’re happy to do our best to prioritize such requests.
If you’re a community member, please vote on issues with a thumbs up. As mentioned above, we actively incorporate the number of community votes when planning development efforts.
You can also file feature requests; please be as detailed as possible about the problem, use cases, and desired solutions.
Every FusionAuth release has both features and bug fixes. We appreciate detailed bug reports with replication steps, version information, log output and as much information as possible. After all, it’s difficult to fix a bug without being able to reproduce it.
We prioritize bug fixes based on the impact of the issue, how many users are affected, estimated effort and other factors.
If You Require a Feature
Sometimes you just can’t wait for a feature to be finished through the normal development process! We get it.
If you’d like to pay us to build a feature, please contact us and ask about professional services.
New releases, including database migrations and important notices, are documented in the release notes. Additionally, there will be an announcement post made in the forum, which has an RSS feed available.