What’s the best way to create new versions of a file? What I’ve been doing is creating a new file and then copying the content of the old file and pasting it into the new file. I figured that ought to be a better way than this.
I haven’t used StackEdit very much yet, so take my comments with a grain of salt. But I would think that you could leverage StackEdit’s GitHub support, and let GitHub manage your versions for you. How it would look to you is that you always just keep working on the newest version, but any time you want to save a snapshot, do a “commit” on GitHub.
You can use the history functionality in the menu. It relies on files history stored in Google Drive or CouchDB depending on the type of workspace.