Hello! I’m wondering what the differences are when a draft is saved by these methods:
- Auto save
- Typing CTRL+S (on a PC)
- Clicking the “Save Draft” button
Does CTRL+S do the same thing as an autosave — a soft save of sorts — while “Save Draft” does more of a hard save, actually creating a revision?
Thanks for your input.
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