A changelog is a log or record of all notable changes made to a project. The project is often a website or software project, and the changelog usually includes records of changes such as bug fixes, new features, etc. Some open-source projects include a changelog as one of the top-level files in their distribution.
A changelog has historically included all changes made to a project. The “Keep a Changelog” site instead advocates that a changelog does not include all changes, but that it should instead contain “a curated, chronologically ordered list of notable changes for each version of a project” and should not be a “dump” of a git log “because this helps nobody”.
Changelogs in Docy
We bought you an interactive and useful changelogs system for you in the Docy WordPress theme. See the design of the Changelogs below-
How to create Changelogs
You will find a custom post type named “Changelogs” in your WordPress admin dashboard.
Navigate to Changelogs > Add New
You can add there a single changelog with adding unlimited changes list. You need to add your all changelogs like this same one by one.
After adding changelogs, you would need to display them on the website frontend. There is available an Elementor widget named Changelogs which will display the changelogs. Insert that widget to display your changelogs.