How can I view the history of my dashboard?

We have several Confluence administrators. It would be great to know who has made changes to the dashboard, and also be able to see the differences between each change (basically the same functionality as a regular wiki page). We are running version 3.5. Is this possible?

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Hrmm, this doesn't seem to be possible at the moment. You can try enabling Confluence user access logging, which can tell you who and what a user is accessing. It does not tell you what is changed, though.

I would think that it would be intuitive to enable the same functionality on the dashboard as you have with any other wiki page. Being the most prominent page on the site, it would make sense to have the ability to easily preview and quickly roll back changes. It's not really about access, it's about being able to test various changes to the page without having to save each time, and being able to roll back if something breaks.

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