Searching a repository's releases

You can use keywords, tags, and other qualifiers to search for particular releases in a repository.

Anyone with read access to a repository can search that repository's releases.

Searching for releases in a repository

  1. On GitHub.com, navigate to the main page of the repository.
  2. To the right of the list of files, click Releases. Releases section in right-hand sidebar
  3. To search the repository's releases, in the search field at the top of the Releases page, type your query and press Enter. Releases search field

Search syntax for searching releases in a repository

You can provide text in your search query which will be matched against the title, body, and tag of the repository's releases. You can also combine the following qualifiers to target specific releases.

QualifierExample
draft:truedraft:true will only match draft releases.
draft:falsedraft:false will only match published releases.
tag:TAGtag:v1 matches a release with the v1 tag and any minor or patch versions within v1, such as v1.0, v1.2, and v1.2.5.
created:DATEcreated:2021 will match releases created during 2021. You can also provide date ranges. For more information, see "Understanding the search syntax."

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