Mistakes happen; either you or your team may make unwanted changes in Dataflow. No worries, with Dataflow versions, you could revert to previous versions with the click of a button. Let's learn where and how to manage Dataflow versions.
1. Locate the Version History Button
2. Display Changes
3. Version Options
You can manage a Dataflow version from your project or within a Dataflow itself; simply locate the clock icon.
1.1 In your project, locate a Dataflow and click on the button with the three dots, then click on the Show Version History option.
1.2 In a Dataflow, click on the button with the clock icon to open the version history.
There are two types of changes.
2.1 Named Changes are any version that you have manually renamed.
Note: Click on the three dots to a Dataflow version.
Named Changes include restored versions which can be created from any change in the version history. For example, you may want to select a version that is one (1) day old to become the new default.
Note: Restored versions are marked by a star as see above.
2.2 All Changes are any state of a Dataflow at a specific point in time. Make sure to have the Show All Changes option selected in the dropdown.
Note: Versions that are not named are displayed with your profile picture.
There are three actions you could take with Dataflow versions.
3.1 Restore Change lets you set any versions as the current version. In the example above, the version from October 27th is set as the default.
3.2 Use the Duplicate as New option to create a copy of a specific Dataflow version. You could do this with any version in history.
Pro Tip: Use the preview panel on the left to visualize the version first.
3.3 Select the Rename Change to type a new name for a selected version.