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I'm not sure why this hasn't been created already (as in many years ago!) but I put in a support request which was then converted to a feature request you can all vote on and watch (and please do whether you were already participating above or just found this in a web search):
Hi @Pat Hauser ,
It is always recommended to use Preview Option to see how will be page look once it is published.
Currently, you can not revert back to unpublished state and you will be able to revert back to last version of the page.
Also you can try out a workaround to avoid duplicate pages and to have unpublished page for the same. Please try this workaround on test space or instance to check whether it will meet your requirement or not.
Agree with too much to unpublish, it is something I also had to learn the hard way (this is what happens when you have no training and self teach - well in mi instance lol).
The way he outlined is the only way currently. Copy all content to new page and don't publish.
To "Preview" a page it is at the ellipsis at the bottom right of the screen, see image below for example.
With layout, you can't copy all. I just had to archive an accidently published complex page and now have to figure out how to find time to best recreate it one element at a time. Ugh.
Looking back at this being requested for the past 4/5 years and wondering why it's not yet done. Simple feature, thousands of use cases. @Kelly Becker makes a perfect point that this doesn't work with a full layout.
Please add a very simple 'Unpublish' button.