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Unity Cloud Dashboard roadmap
Explore the product roadmap for the evolution of the Unity Dashboard, including centralized administration functionality, SSO, payments, and reporting, and submit your feedback directly to the teams developing it.
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If you have accepted to use functional cookies and logged in using your Unity ID at the top right of the page, then sharing feedback is as simple as clicking a card below, selecting how important the topic is to you, adding your point of view and submitting. If you prefer not to accept functional cookies or log in, you will be prompted to enter an email address and validate it so we know how to reach out when the topic evolves.


Unity Dashboard has a new look, with a UI designed to improve access to the Unity Gaming Services you already use and guide you to discover and try out new services across the Unity ecosystem.

Administration is now centralized in the Unity Cloud Dashboard. Admins can manage seats, organization members, licenses, billing, and integrations, all in one central dashboard.

The Unity Dashboard and centralized administration roadmap includes details on billing and management features like SSO, user management, and usage tracking.

More details about this page

As part of the dashboard above, you will find a series of cards describing various topics of interest for this area. Those cards are organized in horizontal sections that represents the state of the development:

Released: Highlights some of the efforts that have already landed in recent versions of Unity.

In Progress: A team is at work developing solutions for this topic.

Planned: We plan to build solutions, but the work has not started, or the topic is being researched.

Under consideration: We have noted this is an important topic for which some of you need solutions, but we are still collecting data and have not planned to build solutions for it yet.