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Revert a base back by 1-2 hours?

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We had someone accidentally make a bunch of edits to all of the fields of 195 records. (I'm not even sure how they did that).

when I look at Snapshot - the last snapshot was 24 hours ago. In that time period, we had 35 form submissions. So if I revert back to the last snapshot - I'll loose the 35 submissions.

Is there a way I can revert back 24 hours? 

Is there a way to undo edits to specific records? 

 

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Sorry to hear that happened. My recommendation is to record the data from the 35 new form submissions. You can download your records as a CSV within Airtable which makes it easy. Next, restore the Snapshot from 24 hours ago and then finally paste the 35 new submissions back in. If there is incorrect data on those 35 submissions, you'll need to fix those manually, but at least the other records are fixed.

Tahnks! This is what I was thinking. I just want to clarify - what do you mean by "record"