Help with older versions of a Microsoft list

MARTIN VALERO Carlota - Contractor 100 Reputation points

Good afternoon,

I have an automated microsoft list. In this list, every month 3 columns called: value, status and comments are updated; with respect to other lists. It is like a summary list where they are automatically updated with data from other lists, every month.

In this update, what I have is that every time that someone enters a data in the other list, in this one that data is deleted and the new one is added.

I would like to know if there is any way to see a kind of "history", that is, I want to see the data of the last month or the previous one; but as I have now the data of this month, I do not know if they have been lost or if there is any way also to see the previous months.

Thank you very much for your help.


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  1. AllenXu-MSFT 18,051 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @MARTIN VALERO Carlota - Contractor,

    You can find deleted list items via Site contents >> Recycle bin. Deleted items are retained in recycle bins for a certain period of time. For SharePoint, the retention time is 93 days. You can check them in the Recycle bin or restore them temporarily to the original list.

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