June 12, 2024
The first feature release in the Mautic 5.x series, we have a whopping 130 bugs fixed, 10 new features, and 168 enhancements. Notably, there are 68 improvements to the user experience, many of which have been submitted by the newly formed UX/UI Tiger Team as part of their first project to fix bugs users have reported with Mautic’s interface.
January 09, 2024
Today we are excited to announce the release of Mautic 5.0 General Availability.
November 16, 2023
We are excited to announce the Release Candidate of Mautic 5! This release sees numerous enhancements and bug fixes, maintaining our commitment to deliver a stable and improved platform to our community. 
October 25, 2023
We are excited to announce that Mautic 5 beta-2, the newest version of our open source marketing automation platform, is available for public testing!
June 27, 2022
This out-of-cycle minor release provides Mautic users with support for PHP 8.0 in the 4.x series. It also includes bug fixes relating to tag import, the Marketplace and plugin installation.
The third feature-based release in the Mautic 4.x series brings about major changes in how you can manage your contacts and their many-to-many relations, beyond companies. Dynamic content filters are now available for plugins, such as the now open source plugin Custom Objects.
February 28, 2022
With the last release in the Mautic 3.x series, 3.5.5, we're saying goodbye to the 3.x series. In accordance with our release schedule, security fixes for the 3.x version of Mautic will be discontinued from 28th February 2022 and you are encouraged to migrate to Mautic 4.x.
November 29, 2021
This is the first minor release of the Mautic 4.x series. This release includes many new features including support for dependent fields in forms.
August 30, 2021
A year on from the most significant update to Mautic’s underlying infrastructure with the Mautic 3 launch, today we have released the next major release for Mautic - Mautic 4.
June 16, 2021
Over the last year we have made huge strides in the consistency of our release process thanks to the regular cadence of releases and the hard work of a very small number of people to test and review pull requests and features. While we are really proud of the progress we have made, there are some areas that are not working so well, which we are going to address going forward.