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How do I save a draft of my page to work on later?

 
makingamark
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on 05/24/2011

I'm half way through a new page - but need to save it and go to bed!

How do I save a draft which I can come back to?


Katherine Tyrrell is makingamark. My art blog Making A Mark is rated #3 in top 25 art blogs in the UK.
lakeerieartists
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on 05/24/2011

It is automatically saved.  Cool, huh!?


Paula Atwell (aka lakeerieartists) is the owner of an online art gallery, Lake Erie Artists Gallery and a freelance writer
makingamark
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on 05/24/2011

Brilliant!!!  Very reassuring as well.

Maybe worth mentioning in a help page?  I guess you've got a list planned.

I just noticed the status on the "my pages" page - but hadn't spotted it before.


Katherine Tyrrell is makingamark. My art blog Making A Mark is rated #3 in top 25 art blogs in the UK.
ronpass
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on 05/24/2011

As you work in a module in edit mode, you have a window to work in - e.g. the text module.

At the top right of the module is a save button.  if you hit this Wizzley saves that piece of work and does so for each module you work on.

When you return, you can use the drop-down menu with your pages info and click edit to go to the page you want to edit.


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nightowl
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on 05/25/2011

What's more, if you edit something on a published page it is immediately live. No need to re-publish. And if you'd like to un-publish a site you can do so at any time as well, on the Settings page.


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dustytoes
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on 05/29/2011

I'm glad I found this.  I was writing my page and didn't see a way to save so I just finished it all at once.  Automatic saving is


tandemonimom
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on 05/30/2011

>> if you edit something on a published page it is immediately live. <<

Hmm, that's good to know, and will change some things. On Squidoo, I'll often collect stuff on the draft page to clean up and format for a later republish. So, not a bad thing, just have to adjust my thinking and practice. Smile


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chefkeem
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on 05/30/2011

Just to be clear: You must save a module, after you've entered your content. Otherwise it is not saved.

All your saved modules are stored on our server. So, even if by some strange twist your module "disappears" (as happened to one of our members), a page refresh usually brings it back up again. Or, go to your account/My pages and click on "Actions/edit" at that particular page.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
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