Our secure wiki looks like it had some major layout changes recently. Is it possible to get a full revision history of changes on this page?
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Please know that we don't have access to your cloud instance here. If you want to see the differences you can compare and get back to an older version you can compare and restore a page by following the steps written in this support article.
Go to -> Page versions and history -> Restore a version of a page
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Appreciate the prompt response. I was able to review the revision comparisons however it looks like it was the page tree (on the left side of page where is shows the contents) that was modified. Is there a way of getting revision history on this? I had a look through the site and it looks like the page tree is a macro but can't seem to find a way to see the settings or the revision history.
this is a fairly tricky one - when you restore a page like it's described in the support in the article all settings in the macro should be resetted to this version too. I will try this later cause this is a really interesting question.
Page tree however is a really macro which displays a dynamic, hierarchical list of pages starting from a specified parent (root) page. See full description here!
What I can imagine now and what may happened are three scenarios
Someone made new pages under the root page so that it looks different?
Someone maybe moved pages under another parent page?
The root page in page macro different?
This can be difficult so first of all I would compare a version from a few weeks ago on page history
and compare it with the version right now:
Compare two versions
Want to see what's changed between versions? Use the comparison view to help you figure it out.
You'll see the page comparison view showing the differences between the selected versions. To make the changes more distinguishable, all large sections of unchanged text are hidden and reduced to an ellipsis (. . .).
This should give you better view what is different! Next step is page macro.
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