There's no way to discard unpublished changes at the moment.
The thing I do is to publish your changes and then revert to the previous version ( three dots --> History --> Restore the previous one).
I hope it will work for you as well.
Hi David, currently it's not possible to discard changes in a draft, as they're autosaved. We have already a feature request for that and you can find it at CONFCLOUD-45721. You can vote for it to increase it's popularity and watch it to receive further updates, you can also add your thoughts in a comment.
Let me know if you have any questions :) Otherwise, you can accept the answer as valid.
@JM This advice is out of date, in the intervening 18 months we have changed the interface. In the ... menu next to the Publish/Close buttons there is an option to do what you'd like:
For unpublished drafts there is an option to "Delete unpublished page".
For published pages, in the same ... menu you have an option to "Revert to published page".
I hope that helps.
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