I don’t know about you, but I have no idea what I can do to recover a deleted draft. It’s not as if I’m deleting a whole draft and I’m just going to erase the one thing that I’ve deleted. I mean I’m at the point where I don’t want to delete anything anymore, I just don’t know what I can do.
I can think of a few things. If you delete a draft in gmail, and want it deleted, you can just delete the draft and start over. You can also send it to an archive. If its not important or you dont mind having to redo all your work to fix it, you can always delete your entire draft at once.
This is one of many issues that come up when you delete a draft in Gmail. When you delete a draft in Gmail, you can choose to save it to your drafts for future reference. That means you can send a draft to yourself or someone else to redo it if you want to. This feature is called “drafts for later reference”. The only downside is that if you delete a draft and want to recover it, you can’t.
Of course, the downside is that if you accidentally delete it without saving it, you will lose the draft. Also, any emails that you might have saved with the deleted draft will be gone.
There are many things you can do to recover a deleted draft, but the most common one is just to send a message to yourself telling you that you can redo it. The draft will then be saved to your drafts.
The draft feature is definitely worth a look. It works like this: if you send a draft to yourself and it is still not saved, a note will appear next to your draft asking you to click a button to save it. If you click the save button you will be sent to a special page. This page will ask you to select the draft and then let you save it. The draft will then appear as a draft in your drafts folder in Gmail.
I will concede that the “draft” feature is a little clunky and a little confusing. But it is a solid feature that I wish more people would use. However, I do have some serious concerns about it. If you’re using Gmail you should look into the Drafts folder. There is a “recovering draft” button. I’ve never had it work for me, but it might not work for you.
I use Drafts every day, and I have no idea why I don’t have it work for me. I think I might have to re-install the Gmail app. I’m sure there are some other issues too, but I’ll let you know if I find out.
I have a few issues with the Drafts recover feature too. One of the things that I hate about the Drafts recover feature is that it deletes your drafts. I don’t mind that. But it also deletes your emails too. If your drafts have already been deleted, then you might as well just delete them and not bother to recover them.
The Drafts recover feature also deletes your drafts but it does so from your drafts folder. This is where most of your drafts end up. So if you have a draft that you want to recover, you would just need to open your drafts folder, delete the draft and save a copy of it. This would save you the trouble of having to go back and delete your draft again.