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Lost changes on a Draft - How do I recover them?


I was working on two drafts in two separate tabs simultaneously over the last 3 days for a total of about 4 hours. Today, while actively making some updates to one of the drafts, I got an error at the top of my screen that I lost my connection with the server. This suspended my editing capabilities for a few moments. After my connection to the server was restored, I continued editing but some of my keystrokes were not logging and the page was jumping around randomly. So, I closed my browser in an attempt to fix whatever was wrong.

However, when I went back to confluence, both of my drafts had lost several changes. It is important to note that the changes that were lost were not necessarily my most recent changes either. For example, I lost the title of my document and paragraphs of copy, which were some of the first things I added to the document, but retained some new copy and images I had added hours later. This happened to BOTH drafts I had open at the time of the server error.

Any way I can get these back?

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Brant Schroeder
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Apr 14, 2023

@Bobby Hough Welcome to the Atlassian community

You would not be able to recover a draft since there is no versioning on them.  Here is some additional information on how drafts work in cloud 

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