You probably won’t believe it, but all these operations can be performed within TeamLab Documents right in your personal cloud office. It’s true!
Imagine you have created a document using the ‘New File’ drop-down list and shared it with the colleagues you selected within the ‘Sharing Settings’ window. Your co-workers will be informed about the access rights you granted (i.e. read only or full access) per email or TeamLab Talk depending on the notification type set on the ‘Subscriptions’ page.
In case they got full access to the document, they have the right not only to view but also edit it creating a newer file version in this way. As soon as one of your team mates edited the file you shared and saved the changes he made, the version number will be displayed next to the file name and look like this:
To preview your file using TeamLab viewer right on your portal, just click the file name within TeamLab Documents. After opening the file you can click the ‘Edit’ button in the right upper corner to edit it and save the changes you made.
You can also edit documents using TeamLab editor within TeamLab Documents just clicking the
1. Open the needed folder containing the file which version you want to restore.
2. Click the version icon next to the corresponding file and you will see the Previous Versions list.
3. Find the file version you want to restore using its creation date, time or author. If you are not sure, you can also preview a certain version directing your mouse cursor to it and clicking the
4. Click the Restore link.
After that the selected file version will be restored and the file will get the next version number.
That’s all for this topic. Now you know how to maintain the file version history using the version control feature at your TeamLab portal.
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