Create Zap versions

You can create multiple versions of a Zap, all viewable in the sidebar of the Zap editor. 

Create a new Zap version

Zap drafts automatically appear in the Versions section of the Zap editor sidebar. When you publish the draft, a dialog box will appear to create an optional description of the version for reference. Once published, the following information will appear for the version in the sidebar and top menu in the Editor:

  • The name of the user who published the version.
  • An auto-generated version number.
  • The date and time that the user published the version.
  • A title of the version, if the user created one (sidebar only).

To create a new Zap version:

  1. Click Edit in the top menu.
  2. Edit your Zap.
  3. When you’re done, click Publish in the top menu to publish the new version of your Zap.
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You can only have one draft at a time. If you attempt to create a new draft when one already exists, a modal will appear asking you to confirm that you want to replace the existing draft. Click:

  • Cancel to save the existing draft.
  • Replace to create a new draft.
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In your Zap history:

  • When you view the Zap details page for a specific Zap run, you can see the specific version name and number that the Zap was run on. It appears at the top of the page, below the name of the Zap. 
  • You can search for runs from a specific Zap version using the Search Zap history search box. Enter the version number (for example, "v3") or version name in the search box.

 

View past versions of your Zap

To view a past version of your Zap:

  1. In the Zap editor sidebar, click the Versions icon . 
  2. Select the version you want to view.
  3. Click a step to review its setup.  

 

Rename versions

To rename a version:

  1. In the Zap editor sidebar, click the Versions icon
  2. Click the three dot icon three dot icon next to the version you want to rename.
  3. In the dropdown menu, select Rename version. If you didn’t previously create a name, you can name it here.
  4. The current name will be selected. Enter a new version name.

 

Create a new draft from a previous version

With Versions rollback, you can create a new draft based on a previous version of your Zap. There are two ways to roll back to a previous version:

Use a version’s dropdown menu 

  1. In the Zap editor sidebar, click the Versions icon .
  2. Click the three dot icon three dot icon next to the version you want to roll back to.
  3. In the dropdown menu, select Edit from this version.

Use the Edit Zap button in the Zap editor’s top menu

  1. In the Zap editor sidebar, click the Versions icon .
  2. Click a previous version to select it.
  3. In the Zap editor’s top menu, click Edit from vX, where X is the selected version of the Zap.

 

Limitations

Plan requirements

Version history for your Zaps is available from October 13, 2022 onward. This feature is available to users on paid Zapier plans, with the following version history timeframes:

Plan Version history length
Free No version history
Starter Versions created within 1 week
Pro Versions created within 1 month
Team Versions created within 6 months
Company Versions created within 1 year

If you upgrade your plan, your version history will increase to your new plan limits.

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For example, if a user upgrades from a Pro plan to a Team plan, their version history will increase from 1 month to 6 months. 

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If you're on a Team or Company plan, any member that has access to a Zap can view previous versions of the Zap.

Duplicating and exporting Zaps

When duplicating or exporting Zaps, versions are not included.

Editing and deleting versions

  • Versions can be renamed, but can't be changed or deleted. 
  • When you edit your Zap, drafts are created from the version that’s currently in use. 
  • When you publish edits to your Zap, they are saved as a new version.
  • Steps associated with a Zap that has changed significantly will not replay. This includes changes to:
    • The order or number of steps in the Zap.
    • The apps used in the Zap.

Learn more about versions in the Zapier Community.

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