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Method To See Changes Users Have Made to Page?

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  1. Jared
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    I just started working for a company that uses SiteFinity as their CMS. Is there a method to see the changes that a user has made on a page (either via highlighting, spotlighting, or another method) rather than go back and forth between the page histories? We're currently on SiteFinity (3.x) and will be upgrading in the summer.
  2. Jared
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  3. Svetoslav Petsov
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    06 Feb 2012
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    Hi Jared,

     Currently, the only way to see what changes a user has made from the UI is to go through the page history and see who edited it in the past and what changes he made.
    Also, if your questions are regarding Sitefinity 3.x, not 4.x, please post them in the 3.x section of the forum. Thanks in advance.

    Kind regards,
    Svetoslav Petsov
    the Telerik team
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  4. Paul
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    This feature is a pretty fundamental omission for any deployment where workflows are required for review and approval of pages to be published.   If an aesthetically pleasing diff visualisation can't be achieved then a simple diff of the HTML would be sufficient.  Eye-balling each page to spot the differences is crazy.
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