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Just wondering if there is a way to automatically save drafts? As I am full time carer, I am often interrupted when posting and if I am away for some time, I return to find that a post I have worked on has vanished and I have been logged out. An auto-save feature would solve this for me. I don’t always have time to save things Before I am called away.....

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[Replying to Jemima in post #1]

Sorry, there's no autosave feature. If it does take you a long time to compose, you should use an editor to compose it.

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otseng wrote: Mon Sep 06, 2021 9:44 pm [Replying to Jemima in post #1]

Sorry, there's no autosave feature. If it does take you a long time to compose, you should use an editor to compose it.
OK thanks.
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