How to find your draft posts

One of the useful parts about using WellCommons is that you can start a post, then come back to it later.

Once you've saved your post as a draft, this is how to find it:

  • Make sure you're signed in, then click on your name, which is in the upper right corner of the site.

  • When the new page opens, you'll see your name and photo (if you've posted one) at the top of the page, and beneath it, several choices -- Dashboard, Your blogs, Posts, Comments, Favorites, and Profile. Click on "Posts".

  • When this page opens, you'll see "Published" and "Drafts". The page opens on "Published" by default -- this is a list of the posts you've published. You can search them by date, title or content. But you want to find that draft you started. So, click on "Drafts".

  • When that page opens, you may have to scroll down a bit to see the list of your drafts. Just scroll to the one you want to work on, and click on it to open.

-- At the top you'll see a green box that says: "This post is a draft. You can publish at any time via its edit page." Click on the link to the "edit page", and you'll be able to edit and publish your post, or edit and save it as a draft again.

Any questions? Leave them in the comments, and I'll answer them.

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