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creamy-controller-75889

05/17/2023, 2:35 PM
Hi all, I just got access to our company's growthBook earlier today and was playing around with it a bit to get to know the ins and outs and discovered something which I think is strange. Specifically when you delete a feature and then create a new feature with the same name. History and versioning seems a bit messed up. See below some steps to reproduce: 1. create a feature 2. make some changes resulting in 2 new versions to be created (version 2 and 3) 3. delete the feature 4. create a new feature with the same name expected behaviour (option a): • a new feature is created without any trace of the old feature's history expected behaviour (option b): • a new version of the old feature is created with the trace of the history and the current version is version 4 (or 5 if you consider the deletion being version 4) actual behaviour: • a feature is created with version number 1 (but versions 2 and 3 of the old feature are accessible, as well as the audit log) • if you create a new version, this will be version 2 (the draft will be shown next to the existing version 2), will this overwrite the original version 2, will there be 2 version 2's, or will the system crash, unsure (and I'm not intending to test this out 🙂) __ I doubt that this is expected behavior, but since I only played around with the tool for an hour or so, my knowledge in the tool is still limited. Could you please advice? Is this expected or actually a bug? Do I report this in github, or do you take over from here? Thanks, Brecht
note that the screenshot here mentions "Reverting to version #2" but this is not the reason for mainaining version 2. If I abort the change and do a different change, it will also suggest version 2
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fresh-football-47124

05/17/2023, 2:49 PM
Thanks for the detailed bug report
reporting on github would be great
if you’re able
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creamy-controller-75889

05/17/2023, 4:09 PM
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fresh-football-47124

05/17/2023, 4:10 PM
thanks!
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