When Version history was first introduced, I was excited and then… disappointed. It had so much potential but the constraints on it made it almost unusable.
Well, today I noticed that things have changed! Not only are Pro users given more versions to use per project but there is an auto-save feature (amazing!) and the ability to rename versions to add notes. I love this!
I’m not sure if I missed an announcement but either way, I’m really thankful that this functionality was added. It makes a huge difference in terms of how I feel about the reliability of the product (which I already felt was good) and how much I want to use it.
I think this increase in versions from 1 to 10 for Pro users is also an acknowledgment of the fact that Pro users are serious users of Thunkable and need some robustness to their projects.
Uh oh… version history seems to have locked my project. I can no longer edit it: Thunkable
Edit: Closing and re-opening the project seems to have restored editing access.
Appreciate the feedback about Versioning, @tatiang! I will share that with the team who worked on this project!
Just a small note that my versioning history auto-save time was listed as today at 7:00am even though it was only 6:30am where I live (PDT). Perhaps that’s a time zone thing?
For example, right now at 7:30am on March 24, it shows this:
This is still an issue. Auto-saved versions appear to be in the future. When can this be fixed?
2 months later
That’s a small fry bug it seems.
Hi @tatiang and @jared, thanks for reaching out. This is being worked on currently (with a few additional pieces of feedback we received about Versioning) and should be slotted in to be released soon, hopefully in the next few weeks at the latest.
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