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Updating

Keeping your app up to date.

Keeping your Telescope version up to date is important, and provides your app with the latest bug fixes and improvements. Depending on how you installed, you can update all Telescope packages with one of two methods. ## Updating with Meteor Update If you started with the sample project or your own project, you can use the following `meteor` command from your Telescope project directory: ``` meteor update ``` [block:callout] { "type": "info", "body": "To update your production instance, you must run `meteor update` on your local or development machine first, and *then* redeploy. Meteor bundles deployed apps, meaning they cannot be directly updated on the server.", "title": "Update Locally and then Deploy" } [/block] ## Updating with Git If you installed Telescope by cloning the GitHub repository, you can update your local repository using the following `git` command from within your project directory to pull in the latest changes: ``` git pull ``` If you forked Telescope on GitHub, your remote origin might not be pointing to the Telescope repository. For example, you might have a remote origin pointing to your own GitHub fork, and a heroku remote pointing to your Heroku instance. In that case, the first step will be adding Telescope repository as a remote, which you can do with the following `git` command: ``` git remote add telescope https://github.com/TelescopeJS/Telescope.git ``` You can then specify that you want to pull from the master branch of the Telescope remote like this: ``` git pull telescope master ```