Track your published site at any point in time using versioning and Timewarp. Create a snapshot of a page to restore any version or go back in time to see how the page looked at any point in the past.
The hassle-free way to update your content experiences.
If you’re trying to update a website without access to its history, you’re flying blind. You need to know what the team has tried in the past. How each change impacts the user experience. And how the proposed change fits into the context of past iterations.
Versioning can clear up those doubts — without painful rework or manual archiving. It allows you to capture a copy of your work at a specific moment in time. Compare multiple versions of a page, with the differences highlighted, to see if what’s new is also improved. And if you make a mistake or need to roll back a design tweak, restoring your previous work is fast and easy.
See what makes it work.
Revert to a page version
Easily save multiple versions of your work to access or restore any time you like.
Compare a version with a previous page
Select a version to compare with a past page, and see the changes you’ve made clearly highlighted. Spend less time trying to spot the differences, and more time optimizing your content.
Simulate the published environment
Use the Timewarp feature to create a simulated version of a published web page from the past and track all the changes made since.
Learn more about version control in Adobe Experiences Manager Sites.
See version control in action.
Check out how simple, yet powerful, versioning is in our tutorial video.
Get familiar with Timewarp.
Read how to track and simulate the published state of a page at specific periods in the past in our documentation.
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Track your published site at any point in time using versioning and Timewarp. Create a snapshot of a page to restore any version or go back in time to see how the page looked at any point previously.