Saving Worksheets

Autosave Feature

Interactive activities are saved automatically as you work on them.

Printable worksheets are saved as drafts automatically (see below).

If you try to navigate away from the page with unsaved changes, Quickworksheets will prompt you before you leave.

Draft Printable Worksheets

NB: This section does not apply to interactive activities.

Printable worksheets are automatically saved as drafts as you type. You can also manually save a draft by clicking on the "Save Draft" button in the "Actions" panel or use the Ctrl-S keyboard shortcut (Command-S on Mac).

Printable worksheets remain in draft status until they are finalised (see below).

Save draft button

Restoring a Draft

To continue working on a worksheet that was saved as a draft, go to the My Worksheets screen and click on the title of the draft worksheet to load it.

Drafts will be indicated by a "Draft" tag displayed next to the title.

Example of draft worksheet

Finalising a Worksheet

NB: This section does not apply to interactive activities.

Once you have finished entering your worksheet content and adjusting the worksheet settings, click on the "Make Worksheet" button to create your worksheet. Your worksheet will change status from a draft to a finalised worksheet asnd a PDF will be generated from your input.

Make worksheet button

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