What I usually do when I know I don't have time to finish an article or I want to check it later is to write it and save it as a Word document.
That way when you're ready you can set up a new Hub and simply Copy and Paste your finished article into place.
Just click on save as unpublished and or later when you edit and want to save , click on finished editing you can come back later and edit this and press the publish button when you are ready!
You can save the article unpublished and once you are ready to write it again you can reopen it.
Again it is a lot better if you use Word or other text editor for writing the articles, because you can always save them on your computer or upload it online at Google docs for example.
by benzino84 8 years ago
Or is allowed?
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
Do you have Hubs that are incomplete/unpublished that are just collecting virtual dust?I recently had a look through my hubs and realized I have at least 6 unpublished hubs that I don't currently have any inspiration to finish. What does anyone else do with these? Wait for a rainy inspired day or...
by Lorraine Lam 13 days ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: Should you be wearing a Ski/ Snowboarding Helmet? (From an Instructor)
by Jeremy Gill 3 months ago
It's a good idea to occasionally click that "done editing" button up top even if you're not yet done working on an article. While text capsules have nice auto-saving drafts, these aren't always reliable and will still often set you back if your computer shuts off or bugs out. Saving your...
by Whitney 8 years ago
I'm not necessarily in the 30 in 30 this month, but I'm desperately trying to empty my que. I now have 52 unfinished hubs, and I've completed 8 so far this month. We'll see if I can get at least half of those 52 gone by the last day in February.Which, means I'll end up publishing at least 30...
by Moon Daisy 7 years ago
Do you have a lot of 'red' hubs sitting in your HP account? Or do you decide on a topic, concentrate on that one hub and see it through from start to finish, before even considering the next one?I always have a large collection of red hubs, which I mostly started but abandoned somewhere along...
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