Creating Drafts and Sharing Your Content (Dr)
Speare is all about being the right tool for helping you create great ideas and sharing them.
Now that you've created your great idea, what do you do next? You save it and share it. Speare differentiates work in progress from "drafts" or manuscripts probably more visibly than any other writing tool on the planet, in that, a draft looks like a conventional document and the work in progress looks like text messages in a thread. While the content you're working with as a work in progress is automatically saved, you must choose specific points in the writing process to save it as a draft when you want to. Saving drafts is up to you.
- Select the "Compile" icon in the top right corner of the board to compile a single board into a document or click the "Compile" icon in the top right corner of the Space to compile and stitch 2 or more boards into a document.
- Select the blue "Create Draft" button in the top right corner of the document preview window.
- Give your draft a title and include a version number if you're modifying an existing draft. Then hit the blue "Confirm" button.
- Now you can either copy the draft link here by clicking the gray "Copy draft link" button or you can click the blue "See all drafts" and copy the link from the Drafts list.
The content on your board is now saved as a draft that you can access from the "Drafts" page on the Main menu of Speare.
Viewing your drafts
- Click the Main menu (the three horizontal lined icon in the top left corner of Speare.)
Select the "Drafts" menu item
Use the "Search Drafts" filter to narrow the list
To view a draft, click the Title of the draft or the link.
To share the draft, copy the link and paste it.
To delete drafts, click the "More" button to the right of the draft you want to delete and then click the "Delete" menu item at the bottom of the page.
Enjoy creating great ideas in Speare and sharing those ideas out in the world.