# Migration guide from alpha.19 to alpha.20
Here are the major changes:
- Fix email issue on user update
- Improve GraphQL performances
- Changelog: https://github.com/strapi/strapi/releases/tag/v3.0.0-alpha.20 (opens new window)
- GitHub diff: https://github.com/strapi/strapi/compare/v3.0.0-alpha.19...v3.0.0-alpha.20 (opens new window)
Feel free to join us on Slack (opens new window) and ask questions about the migration process.
# Getting started
alpha.20 globally on your computer. To do so run
npm install email@example.com -g.
When it's done, generate a new empty project
strapi new myNewProject (don't pay attention to the database configuration).
# Update node modules
Update the Strapi's dependencies version (move Strapi's dependencies to
3.0.0-alpha.20 version) of your project.
npm install firstname.lastname@example.org --save to update your strapi version.
# Update the Admin
If you performed updates in the Admin, you will have to manually migrate your changes.
Delete your old admin folder and replace it with the new one.
# Update the Plugins
If you did a custom update on one of the plugins, you will have to manually migrate your update.
Copy the fields and relations you had in your
/plugins/users-permissions/config/jwt.json file in the new one.
Then, delete your old
plugins folder and replace it with the new one.
# Update services
For both bookshelf and mongoose, you will have to update all services of your generated API.
You will have to update one line of the
.populate(filters.populate || populate);.
withRelated: populate by
withRelated: filters.populate || populate.
That's all, you have now upgraded to Strapi