Version Control is a way to backup your work while editing pages in the CMS. A version is essentially a snapshot of all your content on a given page at a particular point in time. Each time you activate your page, the CMS automatically creates a version of that page. You can also manually create page versions and leave notes about changes you've made to the page. When making large content changes, using versions can serve as a potential backup in case you need to revert to a previous rendition of your page.
Versions will appear in reverse order beginning with the most recently created page version. Each time you activate the page or manually create a version, a new item will be added to the list of versions. The version label will increment as you continue to make more versions (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc) listed alongside the date and time it was created.
If you've made edits to your page and want to restore to a previous version you can:
Some important things to keep in mind when using Version Control: