Update version in marketplace

I have this Github Action: https://github.com/amannn/action-semantic-pull-request. The last release is the 2.1.0 version, but in marketplace an older version is shown (even though the updated README is there).

When I edit the release (which is automatically done by semantic-release), the publish to marketplace checkbox is activated:

Is there anything I need to do in addition to tagging releases to update the version on the marketplace?

Update: I’ve just unpublished the action and re-published it and now it shows up correctly. I had to enter my password in between. Could that be the issue with the automatic publishing? If so, is there a way to overcome this?

@amannn,

On the GitHub Marketplace, in the page for each action, all the versions that have been published to the GitHub Marketplace are listed on the drop-down list.
action-versions
When you published a new version to the GitHub Marketplace, the older versions will not be automatically removed from the GitHub Marketplace. It is designed like this.

However, when you open the page of the action on GitHub Marketplace, generally it will show the latest version by default. If you switch to show an older version, you will see the warning at the top of the page.

If you want to remove the older versions from the GitHub Marketplace, you go to the action repository and edit the old releases to uncheck the option “Publish this Action to the GitHub Marketplace”.

@brightran Thanks for your quick reply.

I’m not sure if I’m missing something, but my question isn’t about how I can remove a version, but how I can get them there in the first place.

After writing my initial question, I’ve edited the question to include an update below:

Update: I’ve just unpublished the action and re-published it and now it shows up correctly. I had to enter my password in between. Could that be the issue with the automatic publishing? If so, is there a way to overcome this?