Saving your project
Mattercraft will automatically save your progress as you work on a project, however, key stages in development can be marked by manually saving your project, as well as creating commits. We recommend you save your work often to avoid disappointment.
Saving your project frequently will ensure that you do not lose progress and are able to preserve your work.
Making project commits
Committing your project often allows you to track marked changes to the project, and makes it simple revert back to a specific development stage, for example if you make a mistake.
It's best practice to write descriptive commit messages. This will be helpful if it is necessary for you to revert to a commit in the future.
For more information about committing your projects, check out our Previewing and Publishing article.