A new and improved version of the EMLassemblyline has been released on GitHub. Several enhancements have been added, including a website for exploring functions, use cases, and staying up-to-date on project news. Some functions, templates, and arguments have been deprecated in favor of others that better conceptualize the EMLassemblyline process for users and organize the codebase for developers. All changes are backwards compatible with EMLassemblyline 2.4.6 (the most widely used and stable version) and will be maintained until May 1, 2020. Contact Colin (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or encounter any issues.