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What is the Version History? How to use it?
What is the Version History? How to use it?

This article shows how to work with savings and restore your email template copy.

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You probably know that any change in your template is autosaved. If you need to find an earlier version of your current email template, then you can use the "Version History" option and restore it.

You can see all the changes you’ve made using the "Version History" button located on the top panel.

Just click it to open a drop-down list with all changes and restore any of them right in the current version.

Furthermore, you have several options to use the Version History by clicking on the ellipsis:

  • Restore as new email message/template;

  • Preview in a new tab;

  • Export the current email version.

How to use Version History without the "Autosave" feature?

πŸ‘ Good to know:

If you don't want to save every modification to Version History, simply off the Autosave Feature in Group Settings.

This tip allows you to save edits by clicking on the Save button in a template/email:

Please follow the navigation:

  • Switch to the"Settings" tab β†’ "Projects&Groups" β†’ "General" or "{your_group_Name}" β†’ "Group settings" β†’ "Configuration Options";

  • And toggle off an Autosave Feature control as mentioned in this example.

More about "Group" you can learn here.

What about limits on using the "Version History" option?

  • With the FREE plan, you get 30 days to keep a history of changes to your email messages and templates;

  • With the BASIC plan, you get 60 days for storing;

  • With the MEDIUM plan, you get 90 days for storing;

  • With the PRO plan, you get 365 days for storing;

  • With the PRIME plan, you get 365 days for storing.

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