In this guide, we'll walk you through the essential aspects of managing backups for your flows. Backups provide a safety net, allowing you to revert to a stable version in case of mistakes or if you find that an older version of your flow performs better. Read on to learn how to manage the published version of a flow and select which one is live and use backups effectively.
Made a mistake during editing? No problem. Prefer an older version that converted better? You have the flexibility to jump back to a stable version easily. This ensures that your live flow is always in sync with the version you desire.
Every time you publish your flow, a backup is automatically created. This means that you don't have to worry about manually saving versions - our system takes care of it for you. This automatic backup creation ensures that you always have a recent version to revert to if needed.
The primary purpose of backups is to provide you with the ability to restore an older version. Whether you made a mistake in the current edit, or you want to publish an older version that performed better, you can easily do so. The restore function allows you to revert your flow to a previous state, maintaining control over the versions you present to your audience.
Adding comments to specific versions serves as a helpful reminder or note about why a particular version was created. This feature ensures that you always have context for each version, helping you make informed decisions.
When you decide to revert to an older version of your flow, the restore function is your go-to tool. This seamlessly brings back the selected version, ensuring that you can always go back to a stable state when needed.
By clicking on the eye icon, you can preview an older version of your flow. This gives you a quick visual reference, allowing you to assess the content and layout of previous versions.