[Suggestion] Quiet save on wiki page



  • Is it possible to provide a quiet save or a "save and continue" feature while authoring/editing wiki pages? Right now, can preview, submit and again click on edit to do this ... will be a great time saver!



  • We have talked about something similar. So far it seemed the effort to implement something like this was bigger than the possible benefit. This however may change.

    Your opinion, Mr G.?



  • I think we should file a feature request with the wiki software makers. Definitely something they should look into.



  • I will add issue and feature request for this.



  • thanks for taking this fwd :)



  • Uh huh. This team is so efficient. I can hardly turn my back on them...



  • [quote author="Alexandra Leisse" date="1291129046"]Uh huh. This team is so efficient. I can hardly turn my back on them...[/quote]

    some good words for us regular users who keep giving such excellent suggestions ??? :P



  • [quote author="chetankjain" date="1291129706"][quote author="Alexandra Leisse" date="1291129046"]Uh huh. This team is so efficient. I can hardly turn my back on them...[/quote]

    some good words for us regular users who keep giving such excellent suggestions ??? :P

    [/quote]

    Right. So here it comes:

    Very good suggestion. Thanks for that. And keep them coming! :)



  • [quote author="Alexandra Leisse" date="1291129046"]Uh huh. This team is so efficient. I can hardly turn my back on them...[/quote]

    That was nice :)

    I support chetankjain's suggestion, it would be really nice to have a quiet save, or save and continue feature. When I was editing the getting started guide of QML, it was a little frustrating without this feature.

    It's nice to see that chetankjain always have some great ideas, and the team is just to make them real. :)



  • CreMindES, yeah, big articles (like getting started translations) are main use cases of quiet save I think.



  • Yeah, and it also helps people, who forgets to save from time to time (for expample me, if I'm in the middle of something).



  • CreMindES, not sure it will help in case of forgetting.



  • A save and contunie not, but quiet saving yes, if I think the right thing, when the web application saves your work in every x minute. The only problem here is to solve that it should saves your work just as a draft, and you could submit it on the end.



  • CreMindES, not sure autosave is good solution for wiki, but if there will be some draft mechanism than of course it will be awesome.


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