Notion is a powerful text editor tool — probably more suited than Google Docs for complex content projects. So it’s of no surprise that one of the most simple yet valuable Notion features is the ability to undo actions - it could be text, images, tables, or anything block - you can undo anything that you want to roll back with simple shortcuts. You can undo if you deleted something by mistake or if you mistyped content.
Mac users can use the Command + Z shortcut to undo in Notion. The desktop users can undo with the Control + Z shortcut. Alternatively, you can click on the “...” icon at the top-right corner of the Notion page and then click on “Undo” to roll back the changes.
It’s worth noting that Notion retains all the versions of the page until it’s closed. This means, you can undo something by using the shortcuts, only before you close the page. If you miss that, you can still access the last-saved versions but the undo function will not work anymore.
How to undo something in Notion on iPad?
You can undo activities on iOS across all Apple devices by shaking your device back and forth, and then selecting the newly triggered “Undo” option.
How to undo in Notion on Android?
Android users can swipe with two fingers from left-to-right across the keyboard to undo an action. However, this method does not work for all android devices - only certain versions. Most of them need to access the “Undo” option from the menu to roll back actions.
How do you redo changes in Notion?
You can easily redo recently undone changes in Notion by using the Mac shortcut - Command + Shift + Z or the windows shortcut - Control + Shift + Z.