Canceled deploys considered neutral in GitHub Checks

Starting on November 7, 2022, when you cancel a deploy on Netlify, the GitHub checks associated with that deploy’s commit will be marked as neutral rather than failure. Previously, canceling a Netlify deploy led to failed checks in GitHub, which could block the merging of pull requests. This change aims to save you time, by unblocking your pull request-based workflows. You will see this change in GitHub, in the checks section of your sites’ pull requests.



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