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I searched through and couldn’t find anything since February.
Can I see revision history for an entire base versus having to go into each record?
I know I can see the history of each record on the right side of the expanded view, but I’d like to be able to view the entire history of the base. I would also like to view the entire history for a particular user. Are either of these things currently possible? I’m hoping I’m just missing them…
Did you ever get a response to this? I would be interested as well.
Those features does not exist. Maybe you would transform this into a #feature-requests thread.
Nope – only at the record level
I’ve 8 collaborators on base and one of them deleted a record (row) in the base. Now, i can’t track who deleted the record as history in Airtable is being maintained on the bases of record and in case of record deletion nobody can track who created the mess as record deletion of record also means history removal of record.
Overall base history especially about creation and deletion is required to use it for small and medium teams.
how do you transform the thread to a feature request? this would be quite useful and seems basic so im surprised its not been done
Has anyone figured out how to view all changes made without clicking through every record? This question is two years old, this doesn’t seem that hard to implement. They are already tracking the changes, couldn’t they just combine the record together?
i was solver it with SALCK
Is there a solution here yet? I am also highly interested in knowing whether records are deleted (base-level revision history). Thank you.
I want to know who keeps accidentally creating blank fields. Where is the history for the table as a whole?