Have you ever wanted to reuse your old posts? Or create an incomplete post and go back to it later? You can now do all these things using Publer’s Superpower: Drafts!
Besides being able to (auto) schedule or post right away, you now have the option to save your posts. That’s what a draft is: a saved post.
Creating drafts is really easy. Create your post (status update, link, photo, multi-photo post, album, video, or offer), and instead of (Auto) Scheduling, Reposting, or Publishing right away, click the Save as Draft button. Keep in mind that for drafts you don’t need to select any accounts beforehand.
The Draft, Schedule & Post immediately buttons are grouped together, so the actions you can take on a post are much cleaner and take up less space.
In the Posts section, we added a new tab called “Drafts”. This is where you will find all your saved drafts as well as those which are saved by other members of the team you’re part of.
After you found the draft you were looking for, simply hover over it and you will see the Use Draft button on the bottom right corner. If you click it, the post creator form will be filled with the info from your draft. You can then select the Social Accounts where you want to post to (if you haven’t already done so) and (auto) schedule or publish your “new” post. You can always make any last changes before scheduling / posting it.
Your draft will still be saved even after you use it. To delete or even edit a saved draft, hover over it and you will see two small icons on the top right corner. The first one is for editing the draft and the second one is for deleting it as shown below.
It is also possible to save drafts in bulk!
Yes. You can Draft as many posts as you want for Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter & Google My Business.
Yes. You can have up to 50 saved drafts with the Free version. Paid plans let you save an unlimited number of drafts.
Yes. In the “Drafts” tab you will find all your saved drafts as well as the drafts saved by other members of the team you’re part of.
Simply duplicate your scheduled post by clicking the middle button on the top right corner. Save your “new” post as a draft and voila!
If you have further questions or any suggestions on how to improve drafts, don’t hesitate to contact us or leave a comment below.
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