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Finding lost messages
17 Dec 2014, 14:00
I keep losing my half finished messages, mainly because I try to answer a post and click on it halfway through typing and then my message disappears. Someone suggested saving the message in a draft so I did - which resulted in my message disappearing again and now I don't know how to find the draft!
Please can somebody help me?
Re: Finding lost messages
17 Dec 2014, 14:29
Go to User Control Panel and on the Front page / Overview down 4 or 5 labels is "Manage Drafts". Click on that and your saved draft should be there to work on.
One little hint (because I lost a long message this way ) is when you save your draft a little message comes up to say "Are you sure" or something like that. :grin: Make sure you click yes or your message will go away and you will cry :cry:
The drafts are deleted once you are happy with them and post them
Re: Finding lost messages
17 Dec 2014, 14:55
Thank you for your help @judithn, I found it OK. I don't know how to delete it but that doesn't matter, it can stay where it is as I will never be using drafts again. I'll type my messages in word first then copy them here. :frown:
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