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Additions and changes to the Twilio platform


Functions & Assets are now in one central place Beta

Since the launch of Functions & Assets in 2017, the two have been a powerful combination. Whether you were using private Assets to store shared logic between Functions or host MP3 files as public Assets for your Functions powered Twilio Voice application. In 2019, we launched a new editor that allowed you to manage your Functions & Assets in one editor interface and using one API, but the two remained separate products in the Console. 

Today we are merging the two into one central place in the Console to reduce confusion and make them more easily accessible.

What's changing?

Not much. Any existing URLs will continue to work. If you previously had Functions or Assets pinned in your Console, you'll now see a combined "Functions & Assets" product pinned instead, with everything accessible in the same navigation bar.

Screenshot of the Functions  & Assets navigation bar

If you haven't pinned Functions and Assets yet, you'll now see them in a combined tile on the Explore page in the Twilio Console.

Screenshot of the Functions & Assets entry in the Explore page of Console

Outside these changes, you will see no other changes impacting your development flow.

We can't wait to see what you build!