Managing your drafts
Drafts are your works in progress. Whether you’re writing a new article or editing an existing one, drafts help you keep track of what’s in your teams pipeline.
Finding your drafts
Drafts are the default page when you login to your Reword account. You can also access it at any time from the sidebar.
You’ll see your entire teams draft pipeline, which is useful to keep track of who is working on what. You’ll also get some basic information about each draft, for example…
- Last edited by
- Word count
- Last updated
- First created
How to create new drafts
There are 2 ways to create drafts with Reword.
Creating a new draft
When creating a new article, it begins as a draft for you and your team to work on. To create a new article, click ‘Write a new article’ on the Drafts page.
Editing an existing article
Any time you edit an existing published article, a new draft will be created for you to manage.
How to remove a draft
To remove a draft…
- Select the draft.
- Select Bulk actions.
- Archive draft.
This will remove the article from your account and your AI will no longer use it for training.
Note: Once your draft is archived, you will no longer be able to access it. However, our tech team may be able to recover it for you. Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to publish a draft
When you have finished writing your draft, it’s time to publish it. This is useful for a few reasons…
- We’ll check your URL every day to monitor for changes.
- We’ll convert it from a draft to an article within Reword, so that it’s easier to track.
When you’re ready to publish, here’s how…
- Within the editor, click the settings cog.
- Select ‘Mark as published’.
- Enter your article URL.
- Click ‘Mark as published’.