Now can now pause halfway through a submission if you need to and revisit it later.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • For the Save Draft option to be enabled, you’ll still need to enter all the required fields so it’s a viable submission.
  • When you save a draft with a new linked entity (e.g. a credit or Work) added, the linked entity will also be saved as a draft. Submitting the main item will also create the page for the linked entity.
  • You can find your drafts in the dropdown menu from your username in the top-right corner, or on your profile page.
  • There’s no expiration date on a draft.
  • Anyone with the URL can edit a draft. So if you start a submission and want someone else's input, you can just send them the link. The submission will be attributed to the person who hits submit.

We hope you’ll find this function helpful. Let us know what you think!

Thank-you, Thank-you, Thank-you

That's nice indeed, thx!

Fantastic. Thank you.

Great news. Thank you. :-)

Excellent!

Can't believe, it is so great, thanks! I will test and use it of course! :-)

Good job! Thank you!

Love that we've got a draft function now :)

However, for me, it appears that new credits are not leaving the drafts after submitting the book.

Take https://www.bookogs.com/book/610008-doctor-who-the-whoniverse as an example with the following credit:

Project Editor/Coordinator/Director - Kate Fox
https://www.bookogs.com/credit/610009-kate-fox

When viewing not logged in, producing a 404 not found. But logged in takes me to drafts of the page to submit.

If I submit a draft credit manually, all is well and good, but my understanding was that this was supposed to be an automatic thing

^ in response to the above to my previous message, it seems credits saved in draft after submitting book are eventually becoming viable credits. But while they are showing in draft, you can't actually select the person/company etc.

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