On the Quick Access toolbar, you can filter the undo stack and roll back a selected range of edits without undoing mapping changes, such as your layer visibility settings.
The undo filter settings are available when the undo stack contains at least one mapping operation and one editing operation.
You cannot undo editing operations made to nonversioned data in an enterprise geodatabase.
To learn more about the toolbar, see Quick Access Toolbar.
Set the undo filter to editing
To filter the undo stack to undo only editing operations, click the Undo drop-down arrow and click Editing.
- If the undo stack doesn't contain at least one mapping operation and one editing operation, perform one operation each, for example:
- In the Contents pane, turn off the visibility for a feature layer.
- In the Create Features pane, click a construction tool and create a feature.
- On the Quick Access toolbar, set the undo filter.
- Click the Undo drop-down arrow.
- Click the filter drop-down arrow and click Editing.
The default setting is All.
- To undo the last editing operation, click Undo or press Ctrl+Z.
- To restore the editing operation previously undone, click Redo or press Ctrl+Y.
- To undo a range of editing operations, do the following:
- Click the Undo drop-down arrow to show the list of editing operations.
- Hover and move the pointer downward across the operations you want to undo and click the last editing operation.
Incrementally undo actions and edits recorded in the undo stack.
Incrementally restore actions and edits recorded in the undo stack.