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Add Versioning and Rollback for Items

One of the basic/core capabilities of a CMS is versioning of changes. Currently, this capability is not available and as a result, any accidental changes made by one author cannot be "undone". Persons who need to approve changes are unable to compare what they are being asked to approve to a previous version.

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  • Nov 2 2018
How will this idea be used?

User A is editing content and makes some drastic changes and publishes the item.  The team later finds these changes were incorrect and need to put things back to how they were.  User A (or another author with access) can go into WCH, and rollback to the previous version.

 

In another scenario, a manager needs to "approve" the changes User A has made.  By leveraging versioning, he/she can compare the changes and decide is approval should be granted or denied.

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What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
What is the idea priority? High
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    November 14, 2018 22:51

    City Furniture is another customer that was asking for this.  They are looking into developing a REACT SPA and using WCH as a headless CMS.  They want to be able to version/rollback content spots incase someone in the business messes something up.