Tina Cloud is in public beta. Get Started
Aside from some user interface improvements in the Tina Cloud Dashboard, we've also been making a bunch of changes under the hood. One of the biggest of these changes is how we handle user accounts.
Previously when you created a Tina Cloud account you were creating an organization that you accessed at
https://OrgName.tina.io. We thought that giving each organization its own unique subdomain and pool of users would be neat, but after spending some time in that paradigm it turned out to be a lot of added complexity that didn't add much value.
With the release of the beta we're moving user accounts to the forefront. Whenever you create a Tina Cloud account you'll always access it at https://app.tina.io. This means that even if you are part of multiple organizations, you'll only have a single Tina account.
Tools for creating/managing organizations within Tina Cloud accounts are coming. For now we create a default organization, which you'll still be able to invite users to.
Since we're changing how user accounts work within Tina Cloud, existing alpha users must recreate their Tina Cloud account and update their Tina Cloud Site. The good news is that since we don't control your content, there really isn't anything else to do.
yarn remove tina-graphql-gateway-cli tina-graphql-gateway
yarn add tinacms @tinacms/auth yarn add -D @tinacms/cli
Change any existing import from
yarn tina-gql calls with
Update your site's environment variables.
NEXT_PUBLIC_TINA_CLIENT_IDto the Client ID found in your new Tina Cloud Account.
That's it! With any luck you should be able to keep working on your Tina enabled site the same as before. We're not expecting to have to repeat this process when we make it to our first full release.
If you come across any problems or have any questions feel free to head over to our Discord! We'd love to hear from you.