The editor automatically saves your writing, so if you leave the editor without saving, you'll pick up where you left off when you come back.

Writing automatically saves to the device you're writing on and works even with a spotty internet connection, so you'll always have access to your draft from the same device and browser that you started it on.

This feature shines when you need it most:

We lost power yesterday because of PG&E, and I was worried my day’s draft was lost, but upon restart the [draft] was right there!

— Alexy Khrabrov (@ChiefScientist) November 11, 2019

Especially working on an old laptop that occasionally likes to overheat and shut down, one of my favorite things about is never worrying about losing my work.

— Matt Baer (@ilikebeans) September 6, 2019

So, lemme say – Thank Dog for because I just wrote out a [...] PAGE of stuff on Tumblr just now, and when I hit “publish” on Tumblr, it said “Meesly little error, try again!” aaand.... yea, I lost the blog post. Is that EVER acceptable???

— tmo 🤺 (@tomxee) August 12, 2019

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