Journal Editing

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24 Jan 2017 02:10 #273387 by simplyhaoswavern
I tried to edit my journal (because I accidentally hit submit before I was done) and when I pressed submit with the edited part, it didn't post and now I can't seem to edit it again.
Also, do I have to edit my journal with each new lesson and such?

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24 Jan 2017 02:20 #273389 by Adder
Replied by Adder on topic Journal Editing
I think there is an hour time limit for edits, or something like that. Probably easier to just do another post (as a reply) and call it part 2.

Long posts might be better done in a text editor or word processor before posting so if there is any technical glitch you'd retain that original copy. But if its a real calamity you can try contacting a Moderator via PM to ask if they time to fix it - though its not really the job of a Mod to do that but if its a real mess it might be worth a shot :D

Journal posts are done as replies within that journal thread, basically a post for each lesson or anything else you want to journal. Welcome to the forum!! :)

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24 Jan 2017 02:31 #273391 by Leah Starspectre
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I write each lesson/lesson part in Google docs then copy/paste into a new journal reply.

It works for me, because I can open it up and work on it pretty much anywhere. :)
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24 Jan 2017 04:10 #273406 by Atticus
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Leah Starspectre wrote: I write each lesson/lesson part in Google docs then copy/paste into a new journal reply.

It works for me, because I can open it up and work on it pretty much anywhere. :)

Same, except I use WordPress, a free blogging site. I can set up each new assignment as a draft, then work on it until it's ready to publish. I like being able to tag and categorize, helps find old stuff I've done when I need to refer back to it.

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