The Dash to Panel GNOME Shell extension has added a new vertical option. Dash to Panel v24 and up can be placed on the left or right of the screen.
If you long for a Dash to Panel vertical option I've some seriously good news: one is in currently in development on Github and working!
An update to the popular Dash to Panel extension is rolling out. It features a stack of improvements to window previews, including dynamic resizing.
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The 'Dash to Panel' GNOME Shell extension now supports intellihide, customisable window previews on hover, and the ability the set a custom "Show Applications" icon.
The popular Dash to Panel GNOME extension has added support for dynamic transparency introduced in GNOME Shell 3.26.