Ability to undo or discard changes for CMS editors

Clients often make mistakes when editing their website and the fact that they have to go back and completely redo what was there before seems unnecessary. I'm surprised this wasn't already on the wish list.

  • Jen Armstrong
  • Jan 21 2017
Editor / CMS
  • Stefan Peek commented
    January 23, 2017 18:19

    Yes please!

  • Dmitry Ra commented
    February 04, 2017 06:43

    Must have! It is so confusing for clients, especially when there are two and more editors!

  • Joe Million commented
    February 12, 2017 21:27

    +2

    Where is it!

  • Susan MacPhee commented
    March 29, 2017 14:56

    Yes, clients really need this!

  • Samuli Jokinen commented
    November 06, 2017 13:06

    This is a must! 

  • Frankchesco Leveratto commented
    December 27, 2017 22:03

    What the heck. I'm not going to charge a client for fixing a mistake they made but at the same time i don't want to have them contact me everytime they mess up. THIS IS A MUST PLEASE.

  • Justin Beattie commented
    January 22, 2018 00:31

    Yes! this along with anything that affects the collaborators experience of your CMS should be prioritized above & beyond designer features regardless of Votes.

    Despite how good Webflow/Webflow CMS is sometimes the client tries to dictate the CMS & without simple features like these its hard to justify to the client even though us as developers and designers prefer it. For this reason it makes good business sense from Webflow's point of view to make sure the collaborators experience of your CMS is the best it possibly can be.

    THIS IS A MUST PLEASE.

  • Jose lepistö commented
    January 22, 2018 13:31

    I agree, it is a hassle with clients without this seemingly basic feature

  • Chris commented
    February 28, 2018 10:19

    MUST!!!

  • Yogesh Simpson commented
    June 08, 2018 01:10

    Why has this not been implemented yet?!?

  • PS Werbung commented
    July 03, 2018 13:14

    Important for the client's experience, makes them feel save!

  • Maarten Van broekhoven commented
    July 18, 2018 15:33

    This is definitely a MUST! I was just trying out the editor for the first time and messed up my site because I didn't realize this was an issue. Imagine what clients are going to do... People expect a 'cancel' option. Webflow, please fix this. Don't give Wordpress the chance to joke about this Webflow issue in their video's. 

  • Evan Xavier Smith commented
    July 19, 2018 22:53

    I just had this problem today with a client. There's an undo button in designer, and has been since the beginning of webflow. What's so hard about adding one to the editor? Come on guys...Fix the problem already! Please! This was asked a year and a half ago. 

  • Bert Stenning commented
    August 14, 2018 04:18

    Agree! Please implement. Clients need to be able to back-track in the Editor.

  • Tyler Meininger commented
    August 19, 2018 23:40

    Agreed! Just trained my client on her site and it was the only element of the editor that made her wary.

  • Rorroh commented
    September 01, 2018 05:31

    Just joined and immediately ran into this issue.  I'm loving Webflow so far, but CMS undo, and/or removing individual changes, needs to be a thing!  

  • Matt Jones commented
    October 08, 2018 18:53

    Wow... just ran into this in testing. Absolutely unbelievable that a basic undo is not available (or at least commit or discard changes) in the Editor... No way I can explain this to a client being set up with the editor. More astounding that this still has not been resolved. Stuff like this makes the solution a no go

  • Samuli Jokinen commented
    November 12, 2018 13:28

    Please! It is a very important feature for my clients to be able to undo or discard changesin the CMS. Thank you!

  • Caroline Sober-James commented
    December 12, 2018 21:44

    This is one of the first things I've run across with Webflow that's kind of a head-scratcher, but I agree; an editor is going to be prone to making unintentional changes, and it's disconcerting to have to publish things you're not confident in. Editors should be able to 1) undo changes, and 2) discard published changes if they are no longer applicable.

  • Karim Roumani commented
    December 19, 2018 07:34

    Oh this is a must.. even for designer!

  • Garry Foreman commented
    02 Jan 17:12

    Just started working with the editor and came across this issue straight away. The editor should be super simple and intuitive for clients to use. If there is no way to undo changes I can see them being scared to use the editor.

    Also, if you select any editable text but don't actually make a change, the editor still marks it as an unpublished change.

    Surprised this hasn't been fixed in two years!

  • OpenSail Digital Agency commented
    30 Jan 21:58

    After handing off a few sites to clients, this is one of our most important needed features. Please implement soon!

  • Michael Mannucci commented
    31 Jan 18:04

    Why in the world has such an important feature gone ignored by Webflow for 2 years?

  • Tom Capossela commented
    12 Feb 05:13

    Makes it so scary for clients! Please add!

  • Alec Wren commented
    02 Mar 03:14

    I recently ran my first Webflow client through the editor and was dumb founded there was no undo or cancel button in the editor, what the?!?!

    Please, please please Webflow team you need to fix this. 

    This feature/bug along with no CMS gallery are two huge pain points I discovered building my first webflow site and both seem like absolute no brainers to have as features.

    Thanks in advance for giving this priority now that ecommerce is live ;-) 

  • Maximilian Delkeskamp commented
    14 Mar 22:12

    this is rediculous. people complain since 2016 about this necessary feature and I have to be honest. It's pathetic that it's still not implemented 3 years later.

    Why do you even have a Wishlist site if you don't look at it?

  • Pascal Olivet commented
    05 Apr 08:01

    That is very much needed !!!

  • SD Design commented
    29 Apr 18:58

    A client just emailed me and was expecting this functionality. I think this is a very important feature to add.

  • JBP commented
    06 May 11:15

    Vote!

  • Rayssa Montenegro commented
    22 May 19:07

    I know it's only been 2 years but I'm wondering if this is ever gonna to be a thing. Thanks

  • PS Werbung commented
    28 May 13:06

    VERY IMPORTANT, please fix this!

  • Editor Tension commented
    17 Jun 19:57

    seriously not implemented yet? It's been 3 years. This is a no brainer.

  • Dominik Webb commented
    20 Jun 21:58

    Wow, how embarrassing is this one, just had a session with a client only for her to ask "where do I undo stuff in the editor?" I had no idea i told her!! Now i know.. She wants an undo button she has told me :(

    I'll have to now tell prospective clients there is NO UNDO button as a one of the cons to using webflow, as basic as this feature is! I feel this may turn them off Webflow as clients are known to have sticky fingers and constantly making mistakes.

    Please update us on plans Webflow!!

  • Orell Hürzeler commented
    10 Jul 09:07

    This is a MUST!

  • Overlay commented
    01 Aug 07:51

    How is this still not a thing?!

  • Tom Oaten commented
    16 Aug 12:32

    PLEASE, PLEASE IMPLEMENT AN UNDO BUTTON.

    I was just running through editor with a client today showing the user interface. I had barely had a look in great detail and was surprised to find such a basic function missing. I had to say to them that I will get back on how to undo things easier.

    It is a MUST to be implemented so that unwanted contacted by the client every time they need an action undoing is minimised. PLEASE IMPLEMENT!!!

  • Morten Ravnbo commented
    14 Oct 11:28

    BASIC text editing must have the ability to undo...! Almost unbelievable that this is not the case. :-o

  • Matt Neve commented
    30 Oct 13:55

    Really need this! Has the webflow team come back with any response? Even a version history and click to go back to that stage.

  • Demian Vogler commented
    30 Oct 14:23

    HEY! This thread started 2017! is there no solution?????????

  • Weston Cox commented
    10 Nov 01:07

    As amazing and robust as Webflow is, I honestly cannot believe that THIS is going to be the thing that makes me not use Webflow for my agency's client sites. I don't care about whether this should have been done at launch or later - it definitely should have been done by now. Unreal.