Undo actions at any time with Ctrl + Z
It seems that the opportunity to undo the previous action is only available briefly, while the "undo" pop-up is visible. It would be helpful to be able to undo previous actions using some on-screen button. Users may also be accustomed to using Ctrl + Z to undo previous actions.
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Once something is done (i.e., deleting a custom field from one list and accidentally deleting it from another -- there should be a prompt notifying the user about this inadvertent consequence, btw), it's impossible to undo it. Support said that the field would be in the trash, but it wasn't -- even within the 30-day window of items being saved in the trash. There should be an easy undo function when it comes to space setup (and tasks, too; as of now, the tasks 'undo' lasts for about 3 seconds only)
Would be perfect if we can manipulate each field just like on google spreadsheets. It'd provide ability to edit or undo any action on cell-level and in turn increase productivity by saving a lot of time spent in editing multiple tasks at once.
Why is this not yet available
can't believe it...........
I merged two tasks but all of the content doesn't appear in the new supposedly "merged" task. I want to undo this so I can copy the info but I cannot, because there is NO UNDO BUTTON!?! How is this possible in 2023.
Please make undo a part of 3.0.
Just bulk changed my task(with different date and time) due date to a new day(without specific time) and missed the chance to recover.
Now I have to rebuild all the time blocks.
I totally forgot about this..... There is a TRASH folder with the space settings! It has all deleted items from LAST 30 DAYS!
Click your avatar bottom left!
It doesn't solve ALL 'undo scenarios'..... however it does solve the unwanted deletes!!!!!!!
Zeb, Ivan You might want to talk about this option more? I didn't realize it existed for the longest time! Then forgot about it, lol
Better yet, a changelog of all the move, edit, and archive actions that were done that can be selected and undone.
Is a proper undo function going to be a part of this "Clickup 3.0" I am hearing touted?
I delete all my data while exploring all the features, oopsie.. Lets just undo. NOPE!
Nick Janse: There is a trash you can recover from though...
Carson: But that doesn't help me when I didn't delete them but moved them, or accidentaly make them subtasks