Version Function in Confluence

Hello, i heard that in Confluence you can easily manage the versioning of a Document. How does this work and how does it work with attached files ? They do no more need a different configuration name than ? Befor uploading them...how can i add versions of my table with data which I created in Confluence itsself ?

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Every page you edit is a new version, and there's a full history of every change (unless you deliberately delete)

Every attachment you upload gets a version too, as long as the file name is the same.  It's simple versioning (no branching or other clever structures, just file v1, v2, v3 etc), but it's all you need for attachments.

Thanks and I see you can have this version information in the back of Confluence but also put it on the page itsself ?! So everybody can see it

Steven Behnke Community Champion Mar 18, 2016

How would you want this displayed? What do other people do with this information?

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