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Next to the editing controls are the controls for version control. The main revision of the notebook is referred to as Head.
Commit the version of the notebook you are currently viewing as a new revision. You can give the revision a name for later identification. You should always make a commit before doing anything permanent, such as removing a paragraph or changing the Head revision.
Set This Revision as Head
Make the version of the notebook you are currently viewing the new Head revision. The previous Head revision will be replaced and cannot be restored, unless it’s been previously saved as a separate commit.
By clicking 'Compare revisions' button will open revisions comparator.
Use the drop-down menus on top left to pick two different commits of the notebook. Their paragraphs will show up in the left window as a list. Each paragraph contains information of its own unique ID, title and used interpreter.
If a paragraph has changes or is deleted a note will show up.
Click a paragraph to compare changes in the right window. Additions are highlighted in green and omissions in red.