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I wish I could save DRAFTS of wiki pages - before saving as published

So I can draft and edit - for days - a page that is not yet public. 
(another way and maybe better way to handle this is allow me to restrict view permissions to myself or a small group)

(this is purposeful by the user - not the auto-save ability)

  • Guest
  • Aug 6 2018
  • Future Consideration
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  • Guest commented
    23 Sep, 2021 11:36am

    Yes, we truly need this feature. Generally there is a need for an editorial workflow in my institution.

    Person 1 edits a draft, then forwards the draft-page(s) to person 2, who reviews content and errors, maybe even a third person double checks until it is finally released and published.

  • Guest commented
    14 Oct, 2020 05:33pm

    Full agree! #BigNeed

  • Guest commented
    16 Jul, 2019 06:56am

    I would like that feature,too!

  • Guest commented
    13 Jul, 2019 07:13pm

    Very good idea!

  • Guest commented
    3 Jul, 2019 09:16pm

    Yes pls integrate it! 

  • Guest commented
    9 Jan, 2019 06:56am

    I second that!

  • Guest commented
    17 Aug, 2018 08:33am

    Fully agree.

  • Guest commented
    8 Aug, 2018 01:21pm

    Totally agree

  • Guest commented
    6 Aug, 2018 12:06pm

    Our user would be very happy if we could get this! And what would also be beneficial, when there are no notifications when someone is working on a draft. Because right now when you update a wiki page and try out small things and edit it several times, users who follow you can get really annoyed...