My colleagues are used to the track changes feature in Word. Like where if a reviewer of a document deletes a few words, they appear strikethrough and with replacement text. Then at a later point fx the document owner may commit that change, or reject it.
Is something similar in Confluence?
The page history has a way to compare all changes in each version. It does a simple red/green (with strikeout) to tell you who removed or added stuff.
You can revert to versions, but not individual changes (although that's improving as the concurrent editor is improving)
Thank you and very very interesting info that individual changes commit/revert is in the pipeline. If you can get me more information about the subject, please do!
I am working on getting my own organisation which is actually one of the pioneers in digitalisation, to leave Word and go to Confluence. The main hurdle is the individual change tracking/commit/revert function - which is very popular in Word.
BW Peter Bunde Hansen
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