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Revision History
Premium and higher members will notice an additional feature in their Edit windows: Revision History. The Revision History is another unique tool offered by Writing.Com to enable members to track changes made to the main body of text within Static Items. Using the system, an author can view a copy of the document from any time during its edit history back to when the Premium or higher membership began.

The Revision History Notes section provided within item edit areas allows for a comment describing the changes made to the document's text. This section is found in all three methods for editing your Static Item: Edit, FS (for Full Screen) , and Q (for Quick edit). Use of the Notes section is not required, but it will make finding previous versions of your document much easier! The Notes also allow the annotation of changes made by multiple members of a group.

Currently this feature is not available for individual entries within the Book Item.
Revision information is not saved for lower membership levels.

A list of revisions stored for any Static Item can be accessed by clicking the Revision History link found by clicking on the item's gear icon *Gear* while in your portfolio view, OR by clicking on the gear icon while the item itself is open for viewing.1



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1  Written and updated by Jace

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