Today Unity Hub 3.1 was released. This latest release includes a new project management feature, as well as many bug fixes and improvements. We’ve unpacked these below. Favorite project To make organizing your projects easier, we've added a favorites feature, so you can easily filter through the projects that matter most to you. You'll see a star icon to the left of each of your projects under the 'Projects' tab. To favorite a project, simply select the star icon. Now you can quickly filter through your favorite projects and access them with ease. Bug fixes and improvements We’ve fixed multiple licensing-related bugs that users have reported, including: Serial number activation errors - the Hub will now provide more details about activation failure License files were removed after updating the Hub - the cause has been fixed. When starting the Hub application, some users reported seeing a blank screen. We have fixed several causes for this issue. Additionally, some users reported that the Hub crashed while updating to a new version. This issue has been fixed. Users on Windows were experiencing problems downloading custom editors and modules. This issue has been resolved. There was an issue that prevented Visual Studio status from updating while in the Install modal. We’ve addressed this issue. We’ve improved the start-up time for users opening the Hub on Intel Mac devices. We’ve added keyboard support for creating a new project. Based on beta user feedback, we removed the "rename" project feature from this release and will continue to iterate. Stay tuned for what’s next You can keep up with all of the Hub’s new features by visiting our release notes. Find out what we are working on and share your ideas with us by viewing the Unity Hub roadmap, or leave us your feedback here.