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How can I change the versions of existing pages?

Kyle O'Hara

Kyle O'Hara Last update: Mar 21, 2016

It is possible to subsequently make changes on the versions of single pages:

  • Delete Page Version – Delete a specific version of a page.
  • Convert to Unversioned – Convert a page to an unversioned page.
  • Reschedule – Reschedule a version of a page to another version. This might be useful if you have a page that contains information about a feature which was rescheduled to another version. This feature uses the changes made to a page in a specific version to overwrite a previous version, turning the source page into a fallback in the process.

It is also possible to view the page in a specific version or compare multiple versions of the page.

Before you begin: To change a page version, you must log in with Doc-Admin permissions.

To subsequently change a page version:

  1. Open the page whose version you want to change.
  2. Click the Versions dropdown.
  3. To delete a version of a page click Delete Page Version and confirm the message.
    The selected page is deleted in the chosen version.

    Note

     If the page only exists in one version, you have to convert the page to an unversioned page if you want to keep the content.

  4. To convert a versioned page to an unversioned page click Convert to Unversioned and confirm the message.

    Note

    If the page exists in more then one version, all page versions are deleted and the page gets unversioned.

  5. To schedule a page version to another version click Reschedule.
    1. In the Version drop down select the version that will contain the changes from the selected version.
    2. Click Reschedule.
      The page is rescheduled to the selected version.
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