Pepper Flow stores all past versions of a document, including annotations associated with each version. View document versions by clicking "History" in the bottom toolbar of the Viewer.
Major versions are identified by whole numbers, such as 1.0, 2.0, 3.0.
A major version number advances when you start a new approval job on a document. For example, version 1.1 of a document is approved. Two weeks later, you start a new approval job on the document. That draft document is version 2.0.
Note: Cancelling a job and starting a revision will increment the document's major version.
Minor versions are identified by decimal numbers, such as 1.1, 2.1, 3.1.
A minor version number advances when a document is modified during an approval job. For example, a reviewer finds a typo in version 1.1 of a document and votes amend and resubmit. When the content owner amends the document and resubmits it for review, the document’s version number will change to 1.2.