Hey there, fellow automation enthusiasts! 🌟 If you’re diving into the world of business automation with Bubble.io and Make.com, you’ve landed in the right place. Today, we’re talking about a crucial feature you need to master: rolling back and saving versions in Make.com scenarios. 🛠️

Here’s the video to kick things off:

So, you’ve made a big mistake in your scenario and you’re scrambling to figure out how to fix it. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Let’s walk through the steps to get everything back to normal.

Why Saving Versions is a Lifesaver 💾

The Scenario Builder in Make.com offers a fantastic feature that lists all previously saved versions. This is your safety net that allows you to revert back to earlier versions of your scenario. Whether it’s yesterday’s version or one from a week ago, this feature can save you from a lot of headaches.

Steps to Roll Back to a Previous Version

First things first, you’ll need to locate the previously saved versions:

  1. Open your scenario in the Scenario Builder.
  2. Click on the Previous Versions button.
  3. You’ll see a list of all the previously saved versions.

Now, if you’ve just created the scenario, you might only see one version. However, as you make changes and save them, additional versions will appear in this list.

Creating New Versions

Every time you hit the save button, a new version is created. Depending on your plan, Make.com keeps these versions for anywhere from 30 to 90 days. This means you’re pretty well covered if you ever need to roll back to a previous version.

Pro Tip: Save Before Major Changes

Before making any major changes to your scenario, always hit the save button. This ensures that you have a recent version to revert to in case things go south. 🚨

Here’s a quick safety checklist:

  • Hit the save button before making any changes.
  • Make your changes.
  • Hit the save button again to create a new version.

What If You Make a Big Mistake? 😱

If you’ve made a significant error and don’t have a recent save, you can reach out to Make.com support. They store different versions of scenarios, but it’s always better to rely on your own saves.

Undo and Redo Options

Unfortunately, Make.com doesn’t offer an undo or redo feature in the traditional sense. If you delete something or make a wrong change, you can’t simply press Ctrl + Z to undo it.

However, there’s a workaround:

  • If you delete a module or make a change and realize it’s a mistake, hit Cancel. This won’t save the new version and will revert back to the previous one.

Example of Using Cancel

Let’s say you delete a module by mistake:

  1. Click Cancel instead of OK.
  2. This action will revert to the previous version, effectively undoing your mistake.

Saving the Correct Version

Once you’ve rolled back to the correct version, don’t forget to hit the save button. This will override the current version with the one you’ve just restored. You’ll then have three versions in your list:

  • Original version.
  • Broken version.
  • Restored original version.


Rolling back and saving versions in Make.com is a powerful feature that can save you from costly mistakes. By following these steps and tips, you’ll be well-equipped to handle any scenario changes with confidence. Happy automating! 🤖

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