Learn more about ‘Revisions‘
What is Revisions?
‘Revisions’ are multiple versions of the same content type. Whenever a content type is set to draft or published, it creates a ‘Revision’. When that content type is edited and saved, a latest version is created as well as a ‘Revision’.
This means you can compare old and new content as well track changes with a date, time and user stamp.
If you want to bulk delete revisions, you can!
Important: A new revision is only created when a content type is set to draft or published in the workflow.
|Current state||New state||New revision?||Notes|
|Draft||Published||No||This will only publish the current revision that you are editing|
|Needs review||Needs review||No|
|Needs review||Published||No||This will only publish the current revision that you are editing|
|Reviewed||Needs reviewNeeds review||No|
|Reviewed||Published||No||This will only publish the current revision that you are editing|
|Unpublished||Draft||Yes||This will create a new unpublished revision in ‘Draft’|
|Unpublished||Needs review||Yes||This will create a new unpublished revision in ‘Needs review’|
|Unpublished||Reviewed||Yes||This will create a new unpublished revision in ‘Reviewed’|
|Unpublished||Published||Yes||This will create a new published revision in ‘Published’|
Be able to access ‘Revisions’
- Go to your content type
- Select ‘Edit’, ‘Revisions’
- You will be presented with the revision draw and dialog
- Here you are able to view key info such as:
- The date of ‘Revision’
- The state
- Revision ID
- Select the three dots on the right of the revision to either:
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