The newest version of Elementor isn’t always the way you expected, especially the major release. For instance, many users complained about Elementor 3.0 which took their website into some errors. If you have an issue after updating to the newest version of Elementor, you can switch back to the older version and wait until the next version after the issues have been fixed by the Elementor team.
To downgrade your Elementor to an older version, go to Elementor -> Tools on your WordPress dashboard. On the Tools page, open the Version Control tab. To downgrade Elementor Free, select a version you want to get back to from the dropdown on the Rollback Version option and click the Reinstall v.x.x button.
The same way applies to Elementor Pro. You can select a version you want to get back to from the dropdown menu on the Rollback Pro Version option and click the Reinstall v.x.x button.
Don’t forget to click the Save Changes button to apply the new changes you have just made.
It’s strongly recommended to backup your website before you make the steps above. If you really want to use every newest version of Elementor right away after released, you can also create a staging site to test out if the release is stable enough before you install it on your live website.