Attention students: You now have one less excuse to use — “the wiki ate my homework” line is now history!
When working on a document in our Point-and-Click editor, we’ll automatically save a draft every 3 minutes. If your laptop runs out of battery, your cat closes your browser, or your new copy of Windows Vista crashes on you, no worries, you can now resume (close to) where you left off. We hope you will find this new feature useful and non-intrusive.
How does it work? Just edit your wiki as usual. If your browser crashes, resume editing and you’ll be prompted to resume the autosaved version.
Also, we built Autosave so drafts wonâ€™t clutter the Recent Changes or Wiki History.
The autosave feature is free for all PBwikis using the Point-and-Click editor.