Undoing an action in a smart file

How to use the undo and redo buttons when editing smart files

Updated over a week ago

Ever accidentally deleted a piece of a file that you really didn’t mean to? We have a fix for that. In HoneyBook smart files, you can use the undo and redo buttons to backtrack your actions.

PLEASE NOTE: The undo and redo buttons work only for edits made to a smart file (customizing text, adding a new block, deleting a page, etc.) during an active session.

For example: If you leave a smart file and come back later, you won’t be able to undo any steps you took before you left the editor.

Another example: You won’t be able to use the undo button to retrieve a deleted file or project—those actions are permanent, but you will receive a warning before deletion.

Undoing an action

From the bottom of your screen, click the undo button.

Redoing an action

From the bottom right of your screen, click the redo button.

  • HoneyBook Tip: You can also use keyboard shortcuts: Command + Shift + Z (Mac) or CTRL + Shift + Z (PC).

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