At this time, store owners can only view their backed up Blog Posts from within their Rewind Vault. We are currently working on incorporating its rewind feature, and intend to implement it for our customers in the near future.
*In the meantime, if you need to rewind your Blog Posts - individually, multiple, or all at once (in bulk) - please contact us directly at email@example.com, as we can perform this task from our end, at your request.
To view your backed up Blog Posts from your Rewind Vault, complete the following steps:
1. You can locate the Blog Post you're looking for either by searching it (by name, SKU, key words, etc.) in the Search bar, or by filtering the results by selecting Blog Post.
As you'll see, the Blog Post filter tag will now be highlighted and move to the front of the filter tag list. The results will now only display your Blog Posts. You can choose to further narrow down the search further by using the Search bar, if desired.
3. To expand on the details of that Blog Post, click on the '+' sign.
4. By default, you will now be able to view that Blog Post's name, URL, and whether it's currently published in the store or not. You'll also be able to see what time they were either added, updated, restored, or removed to/from the shop and Rewind Vault.
To view the actual backed up versions of that Blog Post, click on 'View Versions'.
5. Here, you will see a more broken-down list of details of the backed up data for the selected Version chosen.
You can sort through and choose other saved versions of this Blog Post by going under Versions, on the right of the page.
If you need to know any other details about the Blog Post that is not currently shown in the UI, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide you this additional information.
How often will my Blog Posts be backed up?
On all plans, we will automatically backup Blog Post changes each night during your store's daily automated backup at 12am local time.
For those on our New Business plan and higher, changes to Blog Posts can also be saved during a manual store backup.
Blog Posts cannot be saved in real-time.