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Version: 2.2.0


Available on: Enterprise Edition

ToolJet's multi-environment helps in streamlining workflows, thereby minimizing the chances of errors, and enables effective application management. Using multi-environment ensures that your ToolJet application is rigorously tested before it is made available to users.


Using Multi-environments

ToolJet comes with three default environments:

  • Production
  • Development
  • Staging

Switching environments

For switching the environment, click on the Environment Manager on the navbar of app-builder to open the dropdown and select a environment.

The datasource credentials are required to be entered specifically for every environment.

Best Practice

Make your default environment the Production environment - the environment in which the users use the final versions of your developed applications. This will help ensure that the production environment has access to all of the data sources.