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  Article updated: May 13, 2021

Save and edit drafts - Android

Capture your content ideas on the go by creating drafts in the Hootsuite mobile app. You can access drafts in the mobile Publisher , including those created in Hootsuite on the web.

In the Publisher, you can also create drafts with scheduled dates, so works in progress can be slotted in alongside finished posts. The scheduled content visible in the Publisher is dependent on the organization selected in your app preferences. If you belong to more than one organization, ensure the correct one is selected to view content for specific social accounts.

Drafts created on mobile are collaborative for Team, Business, and Enterprise plan users. This means that all organization members with access to a social account can see its drafts and take action on them.

Save a draft

A draft can be saved from Compose after some elements have been added to the body of the post.

  • At the bottom of the Compose window, select Save Draft.

Create a scheduled draft

Drafts with scheduled dates can be viewed in the Publisher alongside finished posts.

  1. Select Publisher .
  2. Select the calendar view in the top right.
  3. Select an empty time slot in the calendar, and then select Compose a new post.
  4. Select a social account for the post, and begin drafting the post body.
  5. Select Save Draft.

View and resume editing drafts

  1. Select Publisher .
  2. View scheduled drafts by selecting the calendar view in the top right and selecting a day, or select the post status filter in the top left, choose Drafts, and then select Done. This lists all drafts, with and without scheduled dates.
    The post status filter in the Publisher, with Drafts selected
  3. Select the draft, and then select Edit to resume editing.

Delete a draft

  1. Select Publisher .
  2. Find scheduled drafts by selecting the calendar view in the top right and selecting a day, or select the post status filter in the top left, choose Drafts, and then select Done. This lists all drafts, with and without scheduled dates.
  3. Select the draft, select More in the top right, and then select Delete.