Add additional undo capabilities
Add an undo button that gives you a drop down of several things that you have done recently. Be sure to include imports, no class days, deletions, etc.
Our new Change History feature offers a comprehensive view of all actions you take on your plans, and allows you to UNDO the most recent changes!
To access your Change History, click "User Settings" > "Change History".
Cristina Mejia commented
Has any of you gotten a reply from the developers? I added an event and mistakenly deleted the whole year. I really would need to find another planbook to use if recovering old versions is not an option.
I need this most when I accidentally hit "All Events" instead of "Just this Event" after editing an event. It takes hours for me to fix and I've done it twice now. UGH!
By the time I realize I did something wrong, the undo option runs away from me.
Maybe the undo can be somewhere at the top of the screen.
Melissa Kroeger commented
A back button to undo a command!!
You should have a whole separate tab available for all the past days undo's instead of just the disappearing undo's.
Usually by the time that I figured out that I have messed up (ALWAYS because I realize I've been editing the wrong week) the green buttons have just disappeared.
A whole separate UNDO tab would be a smart way to ensure your mistakes don't total all your other work.
Yvonne Cabello commented
I WANT TO KNOW HOW WE UNDO SOMETHING WE HAVE DELETED BUT DIDNT MEAN TO AFTER WE COPIED AND PASTED?
Jennifer Winters commented
Undo feature if we copy and paste something wrong, or delete something that we shouldn't have.
A recover or revert button that can recover accidentally deleted items.
Kim Malcolm commented
There is no way to undo an action after it has been saved. I don't realize something has been deleted before it saved and I leave to work on another section, come back and discover it is gone and I need it. So far you can only undo an action immediately after it happens. What we need is the ability to recover lessons, like in Google docs and you need to go back to a previous version of the lesson.
Lea Klein commented
Provide an easy to find undo button that will take the user back one change to the planbook regardless of what it was. I have "missed" clicking on Paste and instead bumped a lesson. I have also deleted things that I didn't want to delete or pasted in a wrong class.
Ami Unger commented
Allowing us to edit another teachers lessons that were inputted without changing the lesson in their own planbook.
Cheryl Muri commented
A 5 second undo is not OK in this tech driven world. It's a little line of code that the software engineer needs to update - change the 5 seconds to at least 60 seconds. Or how about this for innovation - just leave the UNDO button available at all times. I cannot even use Control-Z for actions. I was using the feature where you copy portions of a lesson and extend a few days. It totally overwrote several lessons completely - not just portions of it. I was too slow to click that disappearing button so I have to retype for the next hour. 2 minutes of your software engineer's time could save teachers hours of time and much frustration.
Michelle York commented
I agree. There should be more "actions" that can be undone --make the button permanent.
There used to be an "undo" button at the top of the screen. Now it pops up for only a few seconds. By the time I go to click on it, it has disappeared. So frustrating!! Why was that changed and how do we get it back????
An undo button that lasts more than 3 seconds. I accidentally deleted a lesson, but by the time I went to hit the undo button at the bottom of my screen, it disappeared. I want one that stays just like Microsoft or Google Docs has.
Ashraf Allam commented
Restore or backup key
Tracy Carpenter commented
Yes I have to fallen victim to an undo problem. I was shifting my template around and thought I was only going to another time spot when in reality it deleted my old lesson plans for guided reading. An undo would definitely be a welcome addition.
Heather Walker commented
I like that there is an undo button but it only shows for about 10 seconds which is not enough time to check to see that things bumped correctly.
Strongly agree more undo options needed - like up to 10 steps backwards or more would be greatly appreciated!
I deleted over a half year of my read aloud plans because I was trying to switch the times I am going to start doing read aloud. I can't get those plans back!!???!!!
I entered the option to not start the shift in plans until this weekend because I thought it'd leave the previous plans where they were (time).
Laurie Jones commented
When moving lessons around it is easy to overlay and make a mistake, thus deleting a lesson. It would be nice to be able to save the current version prior to bumping forward or back.