Use the History feature to access different versions of your module. For instance, you can restore your module to an earlier version.
Let's say you've made a mistake in your module and cannot undo it. Fortunately, BRYTER automatically saves different versions of your module and stores them. Each version is labeled with a time stamp. Access these older versions through the History functionality and restore your current module to an earlier version.
Follow the steps below to access and restore different versions of your module.
- From the right-hand side of the top navigation bar, click on History.
- On the top bar which pops up, click on Select a version.
- Each version is labeled by a time and date stamp. Click on a version to preview it in a "read-only" mode in the editor.
- On the top bar, click RESTORE to restore your current version to the selected older version below.
You should have successfully restored your module to your chosen older version. You can continue to work on your module as usual.
When you hover over the different versions of your module, you may notice a button appear in the right-hand side of the navigation bar. It shows a blue pencil. Click the button in order to provide a description for a specific module version. A pop-up window will appear where you can type in your description. It will be displayed beneath the time stamp.
Additionally, the version history also displays badges to indicate if the respective version of the module has been published to the Test or Live environment. A grayed out badge will be displayed for previously published modules in the version history list.