Hey, not called versions on this site they're instead called revisions and the site creates them for you. If you've made a change to your deck then this creates a new revision and you can track/compare all the revisions of your deck.
When using this link you would change "slug-name-of-your-deck" to your deck name. This takes you to the first page of revisions; if there's more revisions then there's more pages.
Here's an example at one of my decks: Revisions for Feather
Each revision gets it's own page; at my Feather deck I've made 10 different changes therefore there's 10 different pages of revisions.
June 17, 2019 9:03 a.m.
Hey multimedia, thank you for your quick resonse.
First of all, I can't even link my deck by using the deck-link tag. The message preview gives me the feedback that my deck cannot be found...? This is true for all my decks?! I checked, but my deck is not tagged as prototype, or private.
Anyway, the link works if you open it manually:
with the hint that this "this collection is out of date" and a link to the most current version.
That link, however, leads to:
Going for /revision/1 or any number will return a 404.
Also, your deck is showing the revisions on the main page in an individual box "Revisions". Mine doesn't have that. So, what is going on?
June 17, 2019 10:08 a.m.
I just figured it out: You need to be a supporter:
"Track changes to your decks and other collections"
But that also means my deck can't be linked?
June 17, 2019 10:13 a.m.
I don't know what you're trying, but deck linking should work
June 17, 2019 2:19 p.m.
Well, I might just be very tired or simply didn't read correctly on the help. Anyway, my mistake. It works.