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Saving Your Work in EdReflect

Evidence

Tagged evidence is saved when you click Save or Add Note (Quickfire). 

Meeting Forms

Form entries are auto-saved when you click outside the field you are working on. A small check mark displays to the right of a saved field entry, and a time stamp displays at the bottom of the form next to the Save Draft button.

Alternately, you may click Save draft. Clicking Save draft converts the form to a read-only state. You must click Edit your responses to enable form editing.

Observations -
Scripting Notes

Observation scripting fields auto-save your entries every few seconds as you work. Messages display to indicate the saved status of your entries.

   

You may also click the save icon in the formatting toolbar to manually save your work.

Observations - Quickfire Notes

Quickfire notes save when you click Add Note. Your saved note appears as evidence above the note field.

  

Observer Notes

Observer notes auto-save every few seconds as you work. Messages display to indicate when your work was last saved. Alternately, you may click save now to manually save your work.

Ratings

Ratings auto-save when you make a selection. A small graphic flashes in the upper right part of the screen and then disappears to indicate your rating has been saved.

SLOs and MSLs

SLOs and MSLs auto-save your entries when you leave the field you are working on. A small graphic flashes in the upper right part of the screen and then disappears to indicate your work has been saved. 

Alternately, you can click the Save this SLO/MSL button at the bottom of your form to save your work, if you want additional assurance that your work has been saved.

 

 

 

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