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    Storybook Addon Status

    Storybook Status Addon can be used to add a component status label in Storybook.

    React Storybook Screenshot


    npm install @etchteam/storybook-addon-status --save-dev


    Then create a file called main.js in your storybook config.

    Add the following content to it:

    module.exports = {
      addons: ['@etchteam/storybook-addon-status'],

    In preview.js you can globally configure custom status configurations, or overwrite the built in "beta", "deprecated", "stable" & "releaseCandidate"

    export const parameters = {
      status: {
        statuses: {
          released: {
            background: '#0000ff',
            color: '#ffffff',
            description: 'This component is stable and released',

    Story Usage

    Then write your stories like this:


    import React from 'react';
    export default {
      title: 'BetterSoftwareLink',
      parameters: {
        status: {
          type: 'beta', // 'beta' | 'stable' | 'deprecated' | 'releaseCandidate'
          url: '', // will make the tag a link
          statuses: {...} // add custom statuses for this story here
    export const defaultView = () => (
      <a href="">Make Better Software</a>

    For multiple statuses type also accepts array values. If not specifically set every status uses status.url as the linked Url.

    status: {
      type: ['beta', 'released', 'myCustomStatus', { name: 'stable', url: '' }],
      // url, statuses ...

    NOTE: The status dot in the sidebar only shows the color of the first status.

    .mdx (using addon-docs)

    import { Meta } from "@storybook/addon-docs/blocks";
    <Meta title="BetterSoftwareLink" parameters={{ status: { type: 'beta' } }}  /> // 'beta' | 'stable' | 'deprecated' | 'releaseCandidate'

    You'll get an awesome label injected in the top toolbar and the sidebar.

    Note the type will be used as label for tag and will convert camelCase to words (release)

    Made with at Etch


    npm i storybook-plugin-labels

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