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[site functionality] Ask to save edits before publishing

I'm a little hesitant to post because I'm new and because there's not much activity here, but I realised that in my newness I've messed up once or twice in the posting of a snap - I went to edit the automatically suggested title & description, filled in all the relevant categories/tribes/etc and hit publish - but forgot to hit save on the title before publishing. So I'd like to propose either asking something like "looks like you've started editing, save/discard changes?" or just automatically saving and then publishing without prompting. To help out noobs like me.

12 months ago by ohtwenty with 2 comments

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  • AdelleChattre

    Yes! Also, lots of things will discard changes to the title and intro without warning. Change the snap picture without saving? Poof. Other things, like adding a source, no worries. It'd be so nice to simply have changes always saved.

  • drunkenninja

    Thanks for the feedback! Definitely something we can look into and improve on.