Would it be possible to add a last modified date to the study/expert guides? They are an information source for my flashcards. When I come back after a couple of months I have no idea if the content has been updated. Perhaps another idea would be to send out an email with the revisions when updates are posted.
Hi Craig! You actually can see a list of changes to the study guides, and revert back to any old version. Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the guide, then choose More -> History. There, you'll see a list of past revisions, and you can compare any two versions. Here's an example of how changes will appear (current text in green):
We have been working on a thorough update of the study guides, at which point we will add a "last updated" note at the bottom of the page. New expert guides give a date for when they were compiled, and we will update this when we do more significant updates to those.
I love the logged History found in both the Study Guides and Compendium entries but I've run into the same issue as Craig with specifically the Expert Guides. I have yet to see an option to review past changes in any of those overviews. If you know that they exist and can clarify how to find them, I think that is what Craig and I have both been looking for. Or maybe I'm crazy, in which case that would also be helpful information to know! Thanks either way!
Edit: Just discovered the second half of your response to Craig. Is the idea that there is not an Expert Guide History (yet), but there is a date stamp?
Hi Victoria! You are correct that there is not an edit history for the Expert Guides. The logged History for Study Guides would actually be tricky to create for Expert Guides because these are different types of pages on the backend. However, we will keep your suggestion in mind! Perhaps we can be more detailed in how we note that a page has been updated, and/or list the edit date even when changes are minor.
Meanwhile, you can see that a page has been edited (see below, but note that I deleted this as I didn't actually make a content change), just not what has been changed.