There is actually no risk when you update your recipe to a new version of the original recipe by mistake. With Workato's version control abilities, you can always restore your recipe to an older version.
To do this, in your recipe view:
1. Click on the tab Versions
2. Click into an older version of the recipe you would like to restore
3. Click on the button Restore this version at the top right corner
Meanwhile, if you would like to follow a related topic on controlling automatic notifications about version upgrade of copied recipes, please click here.
Yes, but at some point it just makes no sense to keep the link. There is no versioning, so it's even impossible to tell what new changes would have been incorporated. As I said, I spoke with Gautam - check with him, he understood entirely why this is a good idea.
I agree on being able to understand what was changed. If you hit save a lot like I do you very quickly get a lot of versions and it's impossible to get back.
Understood your rationale. Meanwhile, there is a simple workaround to detach recipes -- you can break the recipe connection to parent with the following steps:
1. Copy the recipe you want to use ---> You get Copy of Recipe
2. Make a copy of the copied recipe (first copy) ---> You get Copy of Copy of Recipe
3. Delete the copied recipe (first copy) and use the second copied recipe ---> Keep Copy of Copy of Recipe, Delete Copy of Recipe
The resulting recipe will not be tagged under another Parent recipe.
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