Rethnaraj Rambabu Friday, December 11, 2009 Blogging
Blogger in Draft. There is only a word to describe it, WOW. Did you ever heard about Blogger in Draft. Well, try to guess what are the uses of it. If you can't, let me give some clues. You can try out the new features, functionality, and interfaces of Blogger at there.
Features on Blogger in draft may be updated, changed, re-imagined, transmogrified, or removed at any time. Draft gives us the freedom to see what works and what doesn’t before we turn a feature on for everyone, so expect us to make changes — hopefully you’ll think they’re for the better!-Source
Yes, Blogger in Draft is a special version where they try out the new features of Blogger before they publish it in their main site. Just imagine the blogger in draft as the laboratory of Blogger where experiments are being done before making a conclusion or a report.
So, how to use Blogger in draft?
Simply go to http://draft.blogger.com, and log in using your Google/Blogger account. If you don't want to use it and want to use normal Blogger, all you have to do is just log into http://www.blogger.com as usual.
What can I do in it?
It has a similar function as the normal blogger. You will not confuse when using it. In fact, I'm using Blogger in Draft for this post. It has many new features which are not yet available in normal Blogger. Actually the Blogger people want us to try it, comment about it and give new suggestions on how to improve it.
By taking your feedback and looking at what works and what doesn’t, we’ll be able to make features that much better when releasing them to everyone.-Source
Will my post posts saved as draft?
If you think like that, you are wrong. The answer is NO. Your posts will be published as normal. Ok, let us see what is Blogger people's answer for this question.
No,We’re just being playful with the name; it has nothing specifically to do with posts that are saved as drafts. It’s the features that are “in draft,” not (necessarily) your posts.-Source