Restored files should have a date modified equal to the last modified date of version being restored
Currently when a file is restored the modified date changes to the date it was restored. Instead, it should have the last modified date as found in the version history.
The lion share of restorations that we do are to restore a file that should not have been updated. Having a modified date of when it was restored suggests that new information was added recently.
As previous user, Eduardo, commented, because Office saves changes instantly on any even accidental changes to the file, we at least need a clean way to revert to the prior version, including the original Modified date. The combination of both the change to autosaving everything by default and no way to restore the original Modified date, this is a fatal one-two punch to our file management. Please either change the way Autosave works or AT A MINIMUM, give us a proper version restore including the Modified date.
I personally want to control each time I save. I don't want to have changes on a document as I read it.... nonsense
You cannot recover the last version on its date.... WTF
Why in the world would you ever want a version for each click you have.... think your UX. Microsoft users do not want a GUI as Google. We are with you beacuse the old good you save what you want. Continuous editing is not what we want.