After some editing I clicked “done” with the intention to “publish changes” but accidentally clicked “save draft.”
No worries I thought, my changes have been saved. So I go back in to page builder and no changes are there
If save doesn’t save then what does it do?
P.s. On a related note I’m new to BB and sure I’ll get used to it soon but I’m finding myself mis-clicking on the “what would you like to do?” screen much more frequently than I do pretty much anywhere else (in BB, in other apps, on the interwebs, etc). I’m always clicking below my intended target. I think part of the reason is there is a huge blue “cancel” button as the primary CTA at the bottom of the window doing everything it can do drag my eyes and cursor down (I’ve accidentally clicked discard changes and the cancel button too). Why would you make the cancel button the primary CTA? That would imply most people clicking the done button clicked it accidentally and want to cancel out. Cancel probably doesn’t even deserve it’s own button. An x in the upper right corner to close the pop up would be better. And why is there a pop up anyway. Why do I have to drag my cursor half way across the screen? Why aren’t these options conveniently built into the right side bar like everything else. Of all the clicks in the page builder mode these clicks are the most critical because this is where you save or lose your work. But at the most critical moment the UI is at its worst.
P.p.s. Overall I’m really happy with BB. This one little pop up does drive me crazy though.