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Reverting multiple edits
Hi Danionek. I noticed you clicked "Undo" for every single edit Erica246 made. While I appreciate the effort, there is actually an easier way to revert multiple edits.
Move your mouse over the downward arrow next to the "Edit" button on the page you want to revert multiple edits on. A dropdown menu will appear.
Select History. The page's revision history will appear, showing all the edits previously made to the page.
Select the date and time (timestamp) of the revision you want to revert to. In Bella Goth's case, the last good edit was made on 09:18, 28 May 2021 (UTC), made by Ryanfellowsfitts23. Clicking on the timestamp will load a preview of the older version of the page.
Select the Edit button. The editor will load, and you will receive a notice that may say: "You are editing an out-of-date revision of this page. If you save it, any changes made since this revision will be lost." This is normal.
Enter an edit summary (e.g. "Reverting vandalism"), then select Save.
This allows you to revert multiple edits in a single edit. This is useful as it avoids cluttering the page history further with undos and makes it much easier for you to undo vandalism. —k6ka🍁 (Talk · Contributions) 12:26, 6 June 2021 (UTC)
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