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thejdofva
Helper I
Helper I

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I have an app that I tried to modify but the changes did not work. I never published it so the live version is in use. I need to make changes to the live version but when i try to modify it takes me to the current non-published version (see image).

 

Is there a way to get rid of the current non-publish version and go to the live version for modification?

 

Thank you

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @thejdofva ,

Restore the live version (you do not have to publish it) and it will become the current one for editing.

 

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Hi Warren

I don't that is possible because I am getting the following notification on the top of the screen:

"It's only possible to restore app versions that were created in the last six months.Learn more"

My live version was created last year.

Hi @thejdofva ,

Then you have a problem which is why is is a very good practice to export and save your apps offline regularly.

 

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thejdofva
Helper I
Helper I

I was able to make the changes in the new flow and it is working now.

 

Thank you

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