Lost an Article in Progress
I was in the process of composing an article that I was inspired to write after reading one from another member here. I had some things to check out before finishing it and I should have saved it to Evernote or Word, but I didn't because I leave my computer on from day to day. It had rebooted on it's own recently and I didn't expect it to do so again so soon, so I left it as it was on my computer.
I did look for the draft option on the bottom of my article submission page, but only the submit button and the restore cache button are accessible at this time. So I wasn't able to save it here, but I wasn't concerned in fact that never crossed my mind.
When I opened my computer this morning I found that it had rebooted much to my dismay. When I looked for my article all I had was the title and nothing else. I'm actually surprised that much was still intact. I looked in my browser for the content, but it could not be found.
The draft option is still missing on the bottom of my page here, so I'll probably write Will later and inform him about this as it does say in the draft info area that any article can be saved as we're writing it to make sure we don't lose it if our computer crashes or has other problems.
I wrote this one this morning and then headed out the door to work and only got back a moment ago to check it out again. I submitted it fine this morning, but I thought the image was a bit too large, so I cropped the photo and edited it. For some reason this one has been sitting in the drafts all day. I'm not sure why it didn't post correctly again.
Image Credit » My image made in thecartoonist.com