In this article, you will learn how to view a version history in Google Sheets. This is beneficial when you share a Google worksheet with other collaborators and want to check what changes have been made in the document or if you want to restore a previous version.
How to see the edit history of a cell
How to view the version history of a worksheet
Those who have an edit right of a worksheet can view the edit and version history of the spreadsheet.
If you don’t get the solution to your question in this article or you are interested in learning more basic tips in Google Sheets, you may find the answers in the following articles.
Move onto the articles below to learn how to use Google Sheets, such as signing in, renaming, saving and printing a file, setting up notifications, changing themes and auto-completion.
Go to the following articles to learn basic operations, such as redo and undo, referencing a cell on another sheet in a formula, inserting a table, and putting an image into a cell.
Check the following posts if you want to learn how to insert, modify, and remove comments and note or tag someone in your comment.
Read these articles to learn how to show formulas, missing toolbar, or formula bar in Google Sheets.
Visit these articles to learn how to protect cells and view protected cells or ranges.
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