I was editing a story I wrote a while back which was never published. After adding some text, I finished editing it for the time being and saved the changes.
Now I cannot find it on my article page listing. Anyone who can help?
If you are lucky, I remember a little green icon at bottom of text capsule. Click it , it may have a saved draft there. As I recollect, they don't save it for very long.
There's no text capsule as the entire article is gone from my articles page. I've been working on this historical fiction tale for several years now. There's no way I can recreate it at this point. Most of my research has been lost due to an old computer self-destructing.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org they might be able to help you.
I always write my articles in Word and then save the document to my cloud account so that I don't lose my drafts and finished articles. I know that won't help you with this article but going forward you might want to consider it.
Never mind, for some strange reason it moved up among the published articles instead of being at the very bottom. DOH!
If it shows views, it will be definitely at the top end of the published article list. It's not accidental. Articles that are viewed on a particular day get listed at the top of statistics.
It's not published. Simply a draft which usually resides at the bottom of the list as they always have.
Yes, this is what I was telling. Not only the published ones but the unpublished drafts also occupy a place in the top or middle of the lists as per the views counted. It can be your own views. As many times as you reload the page and try editing it. Each time it is counted as a view received. Even though it is very funny and awkward!!!
Just use Ctrl F to find a word of any title.
Hey, good. I've had that to happen a couple of times, so I hope you'll consider yourself in good company.
In future if you go to your accounts page and click on “published” under which are the dates all hubs were published..any yet unpublished ones that are still in draft mode will appear at the top.
Thanks John. it's been so long since I've published anything new here I've forgotten my way around.
Glad you found it! I once hit delete instead of finish editing , and trashed the entire article. Fortunately there is a way to recover it within 24 hours, but I can't remember how that works.
When you look at your list of articles on the account page, at the top of the list is a box marked "filter" where you can click to see unpublished articles. I just lost one of mine in draft, and noticed that handy filter. I too was used to seeing unpublished articles at the bottom.
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