I know, receiving interface changes can be a tough cookie to swallow. It can be hard to get used to the changes, but I guarantee that within hours of using it, you’ll fall in love with the new version! Today’s new Elementor version 1.9 introduces such changes. This is the first time in over a year and a half that our panel has had a major update. We are making these changes because Elementor’s capabilities are constantly growing and the interface needs to match that growth. To achieve this, we must continually innovate and improve the building blocks, to enable creators and designers to stay one step ahead. We never stop adding cutting-edge features, while
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Now we’re adding a feature that will protect your workflow, ensuring your work is always protected.
Redesigned Footer Panel and Panel Menu
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. (See gray image below) You can go to History > Revisions and see the autosave record Elementor History Autosave Panel Not just auto-save…auto-draft too! Every post has to be perfect, right? Remember when you were editing a post and