Please add a history panel to InDesign, like Photoshop's
This is a very helpful feature, saving time and enabling the user to track what they've done. Thank you.
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Sarah Abraham commented
There are two extensions that do this already, DTP Tools - History for Adobe InDesign/InCopy and History Panel by Incubus Software in the Adobe Exchange for ID 2018 to Date.
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Yes! also missing the history panel in Indd. Please add.
Please. It's just too convenient to have a history tab, and you have it in your other programs so why not InDesign?
I also agree, it needs to be added. Could be timesaver when a mistake is made.
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Agree with this:
Stephan Möbius commented
I second 65bits "multiDo". It's not a panel. It's a history step list in the menu. Its stupid simple and good. Adobe please implement this.
Yeah, How is this not a thing!
How do I work without a History Panel?
Colin Flashman commented
65bit.com offers a similar solutions called MultiDo and EasyHistory. If a proposed history panel worked in a similar fashion, that would be great.
Should be included…