Google Revision History for Docs, Slides, and Sheets, was a great feature for teachers to see student work as it progressed through a document. Now, Google has updated this feature to Version History. With this change, users can now name the various versions of the file so they can easily track changes at specific points. For example, users could name their versions Draft 1, Draft 2, Post-Peer Editing, Final Draft, etc. so that it's easy to see progress and quickly return to a specific version of a file. Check out this short tutorial on Version History:
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