When you modify a diagram created with the Graphity plugin in Confluence Cloud, you see that the 2 attachments that Graphity creates are updated, and get an additional version.
What I would like to know is if there is an easy way, comparable to the document version history, to
The first two are most important. The 3rd would be nice to have
there are two options how you can revert a diagram to an old version.
Currently, Graphity does not provide in-app support for the different versions of a diagram. To view an old version, download the graphml file as described above and import it in a Graphity editor. You can also open it in our free online editor yEd Live. We plan to add integrated versioning support in the near future.
Currently, two versions of a diagram can only be compared by opening the different graphml files in two editor instances. I've added this feature on our internal backlog though, so there is a chance we might add this feature in a future release.
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