How To Undo On Mailchimp

If you encounter any challenges, please reply with the error message: Unable to process the request due to encountered difficulties. When creating email newsletters using Mailchimp, it’s common to make errors or wish to undo modifications. Regrettably, there is no simple ‘undo’ button available in Mailchimp. Nonetheless, there are some alternative methods that will be covered in this blog post.

Method 1: Use the ‘Previous’ Button

When designing your email, Mailchimp provides a ‘Previous’ button on the top left of the design window. This button allows you to return to previous steps in your design process.

Note: This doesn’t always work if you’re looking to undo a specific change, like deleting a text or image block. It works best when you want to revert an overall design step.

Method 2: Use the ‘Revert to Draft’ Option

If you’ve saved your email as a draft before making changes, you can revert to the last saved draft. To do this:

  1. Go to the ‘Campaigns’ page.
  2. Select the email you want to revert.
  3. Click on the dropdown arrow next to the ‘Edit’ button.
  4. Select ‘Revert to draft’.

Note: This will undo all changes made after the last save. Be sure to save your work regularly to make full use of this feature.

Method 3: Use the ‘Replicate’ Feature

If you have sent out an email and wish to undo changes, you can replicate the sent email and make changes from there. Here’s how:

  1. From the ‘Campaigns’ page, find the email you want to replicate.
  2. Click on the dropdown arrow next to the ‘View Report’ button.
  3. Select ‘Replicate’.
  4. This will create a copy of your sent email, which you can edit as needed.


While not having a traditional ‘undo’ button can be frustrating, these methods provide alternatives to revert changes made in Mailchimp. Remember to always save your work and consider every edit carefully to minimize the need for undos. Happy emailing!