Access Auto-Saves

New Here ,
Feb 20, 2017

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Hi,

Is there anyway to access the auto-saves in a team project.  Generally we are not uploading shares/versions more then once a day.  So of course we have the version changes on a daily basis to access in history.  But what if someone needed to get back to a couple of hours ago in between versions.  In Premiere Project there was an auto-save folder that had changes recorded on an interval basis.

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Adobe Employee , Feb 21, 2017
Ramesh_Encore Adobe Employee , Feb 21, 2017
Hi,There is no "Auto-Save" feature in Team Projects. I know this does not solve your problem but here is this link which explains how you can know about the state of the team project.FAQ: How do I get visual feedback about the state of Team Projects? Thanks,Ramesh.

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 21, 2017

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Hi,

There is no "Auto-Save" feature in Team Projects. I know this does not solve your problem but here is this link which explains how you can know about the state of the team project.

FAQ: How do I get visual feedback about the state of Team Projects?

Thanks,

Ramesh.

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Mar 09, 2017

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I have a team project that has gotten thoroughly corrupted after hitting Get Latest Changes from my collaborator. I now have literally hundreds of duplicate and triplicate media. I need to get back to where my project was this morning. If there is no autosave how do I restore my team project to how it was before it got corrupted?

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 10, 2017

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Robert,

Lets be clear here. Your Team Project is not thoroughly corrupted. You are just not happy at what was shared by your collaborator. That in no way means it is corrupted.

Thanks,

Paul

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