- TLC Home Home
- Discussions Discussions
- Documentation Documentation
- Knowledge Base Knowledge Base
- Education Education
- Blog Blog
- Support Desk Support Desk
04-18-2016 09:18 AM
I apologize for what seems to be a beginner question, but I'm a beginner. I created a new extension and positioned it, etc, but suddenly Tealium is telling me that an adjoining extension was updated (has a "Not Saved") next to it. That extension is a huge chunk of JS code that predates me. I was looking around in there, but didn't intentionally change anything in there. Clearly, I don't want to save any changes I may have inadvertently made. I can't find, however, how I tell Tealium to discard any changes in a given extension.
How do I do that?
04-18-2016 10:14 AM
04-18-2016 10:52 AM - last edited on 04-18-2016 10:54 AM by kathleen_jo
I'm actually okay with that since it was a small extension. How do I discard all changes, @davidcreason?
04-18-2016 11:02 AM
Hello @gelerind. There is also a training series on Extensions if you are interested:
04-18-2016 11:30 AM
@gelerind closing the tab or browser window should do it. A pop up may appear asking if you want to leave the page. I believe logging out will do it as well.
Also, should you ever make a change that you did not intend or produces an undesired result, you can revert to a later version, provided you used the Save As option. Just click on the Versions tab to see all previous versions.
04-18-2016 11:42 AM
04-12-2023 12:54 AM
7 years later, there is still no way to do this. I need to refresh and start work over on 8 extensions that I have been working on; this needs to be solved ASAP.
Copyright All Rights Reserved © 2008-2023