Saving a Post as Draft

Once you are happy with your post and want your visitors to be able to view it, you must publish it to your blog.

  1. On the Add New Post screen, find the Publish box in the right column.

    In the Publish section of the Add New Post screen, you can choose to save your post as a draft, publish your post immediately, or at a specific time and date in the future.

    In the Publish section of the Add New Post screen, you can choose to save your post as a draft, publish your post immediately, or at a specific time and date in the future.

  2. To save your post as a draft, select Save Draft in the top left corner of the section
  3. When you are ready to publish your post, return to that section and select Publish.

If your post is published and you need to change it back to a draft, you can do so in the same section.

  1. Next to Status: Published select Edit

    Change the status of the post from published to draft by selecting Edit next to Status.

    Change the status of the post from published to draft by selecting Edit next to Status.

  2. Toggle down and select Draft and then OK
  3. Click Update Post
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