Once a document is final, you shouldn't have to choose between preventing unwanted (or accidental) changes and having an easy way for your team to suggest updates. Today, we're introducing Version Control Mode so you can ensure the integrity of your most important docs.
Enabling Version Control Mode allows document owners and editors to "lock" a doc, so that any changes requested by viewers must be made via a Suggestions Layer.
Version Control Mode makes it even simpler to track the history of a document. Every Suggestions Layer merge will create a distinct event in the Activity Feed; click into the event to view the diff of what changed with each merge.
Editors can also add a commit note when merging a Suggestions Layer, to provide even more context on the changes.
Version Control Mode brought to you with 🤍 by Martin Denyer and Ivan Manolov.
In-depth wikis and project docs should give readers a quick snapshot of the information contained within and an easy way to navigate to specific sections.
Almanac's new Table of Contents element allows you to add an automatically generated table of contents based on the existing headers in your document. The Table of Contents will update itself anytime you add a new header or change the hierarchy.
Simply click the linked text to navigate directly to that section of the doc! ✨
Table of contents brought to you with 🤍 by Natanael Guerra and Raoul Korzuschek.