Sometimes you may want to make an update to a document. Using the File Manager, you can quickly download a file, make changes to it, and then add the modified file back as a new version of the original file. Versioning a file, rather than uploading as a new file, helps to keep your files organized and makes it easy to revert to a previous file version without needing to figure out what the previous file was.
How to add a new file version with the File Manager
The following steps describe how to download and then upload a modified version of a file as a new version of the original file. If you are only looking to version an existing file, begin at step 4 below.
In the File Manager, find the file that you want to make modifications to.
Right-click the file and select "Download" to create a copy of the file in your computer's download folder.
Open the downloaded file and make the desired changes.
After you've completed your changes, open the File Manager and navigate to the file that you want to add a new version too.
Right-click the file and select "Add a new version".
Use the provided file explorer window to locate the file you want to upload as a new version and click open once you have selected it.