WordPress automatically saves versions of your posts so you don’t have to.
Post revisions have been around since WordPress 2.6 and ensure your content is saved periodically do you can revert back to earlier versions of your posts when the unlikely happens, such as power outages or browser crashes.
It’s also a handy feature for writers. If you’re working on an article and regret deleting a passage of text, you can look back over your previous drafts and undo any changes.
In this post, we’ll show you how to use post revisions, how to manage them and how to turn them off.
Revisions being tracked in a WordPress post.
Using the Post Revisions Editor
When you create a new post in WordPress, the post revisions feature kicks in and stores a record of each saved draft or published update.
You can then access older versions of your posts and compare revisions. To do this, click on Browse