The History panel on the RevMan Web dashboard allows you to see the full version history for all review types.
A higher number means a more recent version. Submitted versions have two-part version numbers. Drafts have three-part version numbers.
The first number increases by 1 after the first version is submitted and after the first submission after each publication. The second number increases each time a version is submitted. The third number increases for each draft.
Version 1.0.3 is the first submitted version. It has not yet been resubmitted for editorial approval. Three drafts have been stored.
After cheking in from RevMan 5, you may need to refresh the dashboard to see the latest version.
|Published||Circle icons indicate a version's publication status. Draft versions have an open blue circle and versions published in the Cochrane Library have a full black circle.|
|Phase||This can be Authoring, Editorial or Shared. See Viewing permissions.|
|Version created by||Who tagged or submitted this version and when - versions created by 'System' are automatic backups saved every few hours when a review is being edited in RevMan Web.|
|Date||Date version created, in user's local time.|
|Description||Useful to track progress on the review for other users e.g. 'Studies imported' or 'References A-D copy-edited'|
Differences between Archie History and RevMan Web History
The Archie History tab contains Submitted versions only.
In RevMan Web, you can compare any version or sub-version of the review in the Review history. See Compare versions in RevMan Web.
In Archie, you can only compare the versions that are listed in the Archie History. See Comparing versions in Archie.