For a Blogspot (aka blogger.com) user, knowing every tool-related information is critical before running a blog because usually, bloggers have to deal with constant new tools and also have to play around with the best settings possible to help them with their content creation and marketing.
Thus to learn about one such setting within Blogger. I am here to share with you, what the Blogger Draft mode is and how you can use it in your new articles.
What is Blogger Draft?
The Blogger draft is also known as the Blogger’s beta version, which started in 2007. The main purpose of this setting is to help users experience the upcoming features on Blogger and largely used for testing.
In a broad sense if you ask me “what is blogger draft?” I would say that this is a setting that allows users to use Blogger’s new features even before making it live. For bloggers out there, this setting could come in handy especially if any latest update on the platform fits right into their needs.
Usually, Blogger Draft’s admin panel is different from our regular Blogger panel. Whenever a new feature is added to Blogger, the Blogger Team first tests it in the Blogger Draft beta version and if the new feature/setting/ functions works fine then it is added to Normal Blogger dashboard.
In simple words, enabling the Blogger draft option will let you use the new features of the platforms as a beta user/tester, and getting your hands first on such new features might benefit you in your blogging.
How to use Blogger Draft?
Well, there are two ways to use Blogger draft as a user. One way is to sign in to draft.blogger.com to use the advanced and beta features of Blogger without directly enabling the feature from setting and the other way is to directly enable the blogger draft feature within your dashboard settings.
For users who don’t wanna enable the option directly and wanna visit the site. They can follow these steps:-
- First of all, visit the official Blogger site. Once done, you need to log in with your username and password. The login should be done to Draft Blogger (draft.blogger.com).
- Once you are on the Draft Blogger page, you can upload your content and that’s it, there several advanced features will open up for your use.
- Play around with the features, save the content, and let it be in draft mode.