Creativity starts in the Unity Hub, where you can explore all that Unity has to offer for real-time 3D creation. Read on to learn what’s new.
The Unity Hub is a desktop app that both streamlines and facilitates how you find, download, and manage Unity projects and Editor installations. It not only simplifies your approach to creation, but provides a series of features and resources to help you get the job done.
Our latest release introduces much improved workflows and an enhanced user experience, all designed to accelerate productivity. Want to know more? We’ve unpacked a few of these new capabilities below.
When you enter the Unity Hub, you’ll encounter a modern interface. Along with its new dark theme, you’ll see a sleek and well-organized navigation menu with clear prompts so you can find what you’re looking for.
You can now open and share remote projects with your team directly in the Hub. This makes for smooth teamwork and alignment on crucial projects.
We’ve introduced a new Download Manager to give you more control, visibility, and information on your downloads. With the Download Manager, you’ll be able to monitor progress, queue downloads, and troubleshoot any detected errors.
With Secure Standard Authentication, you’ll experience a more secure, standardized sign-in flow, which includes a one-time sign in to access Unity Hub, Dashboard, and Editor all through the browser.
We brought macOS development workflows natively to M1 with Editor support for Apple silicon. And now, when using the latest Apple devices, you can access the Apple silicon builds right from the Unity Hub (starting with version 3.0). Learn more about this here.
Not only is the Unity Hub supported on machines running CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04 operating systems, but we’ve also made it easier for Linux users to install the Hub and access its features.
When you open the Unity Hub app, you’ll see a prompt to Restart Now. Select the button to install the latest version.
If you experience an issue, please file a bug report in the Unity Hub by selecting your profile icon > Troubleshooting > Report a bug.
Whether you’re just starting out in Unity or are a tried and true creator, we want to ensure that you’re equipped with the tools you need to work more productively.
As we continue to improve the Unity Hub, please let us know what you think! If you’re looking to share some feedback, propose a cool new idea, or simply see what’s coming up on our roadmap, you can do so here or by visiting the Unity Hub forums.