How's Autosave protects your work

The last thing you want is to lose any of your precious strategic thinking, right?!

That's why automatically saves it for you.

How does it work?

  1. We'll save your work as soon as you make any changes and/or try to move to another screen.

  2. Even if you're not finished and don't try to navigate away, we'll still save it for you at regular intervals. The intervals are:
    1. Free plan: every 60 seconds.
    2. Premium plan: every 30 seconds.
    3. Enterprise plan: every 10 seconds.
  3. We use a little disk icon near the top left of the screen to show you what's going on:
    1. The disk icon shows when you have unsaved changes on the current screen.
    2. The disk icon spins when we're saving it for you.
    3. The disk icon disappears once it has saved and until you start making more changes.
  4. Autosave does not apply to the "Add a note" feature. You need to press the "Post" button to save notes.

  5. In rare circumstances, you may try to move away from or close a page in before it has had a change to finish saving your changes. If this happens, you will get a popup warning. The exact content and design of the popup warning is controlled by your browser and will vary depending on which browser you use. We have no control over that. It will usually offer you two options:
    1. Continue: If you select continue, you may lose some of your changes.
    2. Cancel: This will leave you on the page. Simply wait for the system to finish saving your changes, or press Post if you have an unsaved note, before proceeding.

Autosave has the added advantage of ensuring that any colleagues your collaborating with are kept as up-to-date as possible. For more information, see

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