Compare different versions
From an item page, you have the ability to compare historical versions of content.
To compare different versions of an item
1. Go to the items page
2. Select the
3. From here, you can compare any of the versions listed
4. Select what you would like to compare
then click the
5. The two items selected will be compared and you can view the differences between the two
You may also be able to see a side by side comparison for certain fields, if you see the clickable "" icon next to the field name.
In the example above, the "Definition" field has the clickable icon next to it, and you can view the differences between the two versions for that field:
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