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Topic Drafts?

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When creating a new topic you should be able to save a draft so you can work on it later. This is especially handy if you are creating a topic in the "Guides" sub forum.  Currently there is only "Submit Topic" and "Cancel" buttons. If there is already a feature already implemented, where is it?


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Would be kinda cool, but for now I usually just make my topics in Google Docs or similar.
But with the new "What you see is what you get" system it might be more helpful to actually work in the topic creator here


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Well Usually you can post it and edit them later ... 


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10 minutes ago, mclarence said:

When creating a new topic you should be able to save a draft so you can work on it later. This is especially handy if you are creating a topic in the "Guides" sub forum.  Currently there is only "Submit Topic" and "Cancel" buttons. If there is already a feature already implemented, where is it?

Well, That is good idea. But I think We've got Microsoft Word, Google Docs all of that. Just write up your stuff and then save it for later. :P


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It should already be in place. It was in Beta that way. If you close tab and return to same subforum and start creating new topic, its mostly in place. You might need to re-insert things like Polls, tags and title.


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