Scrivito has a matchless feature called working copies. It's one of Scrivito's key features that you'll never want to live without once you have gotten to know it.
A working copy is a copy of the currently published content. So, when you start editing; you either start with a new working copy or you choose an already existing one. You can even invite other editors to collaborate on your working copy.
So, one team of editors can work on the big relaunch for next year using the "Relaunch" working copy, while other editors fix typos or add new articles to the site – using their individual working copies –, even in sections the relaunch editors team is completely overhauling. The relaunch team can even get updates of the changed parts from the current site so they don't need to fix the same issues or import the new stuff. This is true collaboration amongst all the editors.
If you've just been experimenting or think that it's better to start over again with a fresh working copy, simply delete your working copy, no matter how many changes you’ve made. So, someone new to the website can play with things without the fear of destroying the site.