Deepnote lets you view everything that has happened in a project in the Project history tab. It also contains snapshots of all files, so that you can see past versions of your notebook and revert your work.
You will need edit- or admin-level access to the project in order to view its history. You can see actions done by all collaborators. If an action log is associated with a specific notebook, you can click on the action and you will be focused on the notebook where the change was made.
Snapshots save all files in your projects so that you can restore them.
Automatic snapshots are taken automatically, every couple of minutes, to let you restore a file you might have accidentally deleted or overwritten. When running out of storage quota, the oldest automatic snapshots will be deleted.
Manual snapshots, which you can create at any time yourself, are never automatically deleted.
Both automatic and manual snapshots can be deleted manually, and the quota that will be freed upon deletion is stated in the deletion modal. However, the actual quota taken up by the snapshot can be more. For example, when multiple snapshots reference the same (deleted but backed-up) file, the file can only be pruned if all snapshots referencing it are deleted. For this reason, deleting any of the snapshots alone will not free up such a file's quota — the quota will be reclaimed only when the last snapshot referencing the file is deleted.
We currently show you changes to files and cells, cell executions, kernel restarts and interrupts, hardware restarts and crashes, and project snapshots.
We will display only the latest 1,000 actions.