Help! I accidentally made an update to my sheet with a newly created automation/workflow which marked everything as Completed. Is there a way to undo this? Thanks!
Depending on your plan, the sheet owner/admin may be able to access the activity log and request a snapshot of the sheet prior to the changes. You will be sent an excel file that you can import, or use as a reference to manually reverse the changes.
You can access the activity log via an icon in the menu the right of the sheet.
There are instructions here
Good luck 🍀
I hope this works for you.
If not, someone may have backups scheduled- see here for more - https://help.smartsheet.com/learning-track/system-admin/backing-your-data
Thank you very much, @KPH! I did check the Activity Log to see what was recently changed and based on that I had to manually revert the data. Luckily, the changes I needed to undo were less than a hundred. I'm on a Business Plan, I'll try to learn more about that backup you mentioned. Cheers!
So pleased that worked for you. Phew!
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