How to: Upload iOS14 App Widget to TestFlight

You may noticed the widget not appear on your iPhone or iPad when you install your app via TestFlight. Here’s a quick solution for you.

Steps:

1. Click the Project (Blue Icon)

2. Set “Dead Code Stripping” to “No” in Project, Target(iOS) and Target(WidgetExtension)

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