Saving drafts

You can use the Save As Draft feature to quickly jot down and save your thoughts in documents or blog posts. Then, you can come back later to edit and publish your content. You can also collaborate with others on saved drafts before publishing them.

You can save blog posts and documents as drafts. This can be useful if you need time to finalize your thoughts before publishing something. Additionally, drafts are not visible in any streams.

Creating and editing drafts

To save a blog post or a document as a draft:

  1. Create and fill in a document or blog post.
  2. Click Save Draft.

The document is saved as a draft and is not visible to anyone. You can find it on the Drafts tab of Your Content.

To edit a draft:

  1. Go to Your Avatar > Your Content in the main navigation menu, and then click Drafts in the left sidebar to see your drafts.
  2. If required, filter your Drafts results by documents or blog posts.
  3. Click on the draft to edit the content.
  4. Click Publish to save and publish the draft.

    You can edit the content and save it again as a draft, or publish it.

Collaborating on drafts

You can collaborate on drafts of blog posts or documents before you publish them or share an existing draft with other users.

To get people to collaborate on an existing draft:

  1. Open the draft.
  2. Click Share in the upper right corner of the page.
  3. In the Share dialog box, select the people you want to share the post with and include a message for them.
  4. Click Share.

The recipients are able to edit the draft and either save it as a draft or publish it.