How to: Create a New Document Version

Ubiquity uses a document versioning system to ensure content is easily trackable, can be updated on the fly, and can be reverted to an older version if need be.

All app content is made up of pages. Pages are contained in documents.

The pages that a document contains, and the document's configuration options, are set on a version-by-version basis.

App users can download the most recently published version of a document from the app library.


The sections in this page has video tutorials in the bottom of the page. If you do not understand the written text and use the video as reference.

To add a create a new version of an existing document:

  1. Sign in to your Ubiquity.
  2. Click on the relevant app entry in the Apps tab.
  3. Click on the Content tab, then click on the relevant Document.

  4. Click on the Versions tab.

  5. The Versions tab contains information on, and management functions for, all the versions of a document.
    Document versions are listed in the left sidebar. The app pages of content are listed on the right, as well as document configuration options.
    To create a new document version, click the + New Version button.
  6. Choose whether you want to start with pages from a previous version, or start with no pages.
    1. If you choose to start with pages from a previous version, click the Select Version button and choose a previous version from the list.
      The new version will inherit configuration options from the chosen version.
    2. If you choose to start with no pages, the new version will inherit the previous version's configuration options.
  7. Once you have chosen how you will create the new version, click the Next button.

  8. Give the new version a name.
  9. Click the Create button.

The new version will be created and added to the top of the versions list.

Video Tutorial

Watch the video tutorial that follows the guide.

Create a New Document Version

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