Saving a draft to the camera roll is a useful feature for several reasons. It allows you to view it easily, even without an internet connection. You can also make minor tweaks to the draft at a later stage, and access it quickly while on-the-go. Here’s how to save a draft to the camera roll:
1. Open the app on your mobile device or smartphone where you create the draft. Some examples include the Notes app, Snapchat, or Instagram.
2. Create the draft with all of the necessary details, text, photos or videos.
3. When you are happy with the draft, tap the Save button. This is usually represented by an image of a disk or folder icon.
4. You will have the option to save the draft to your camera roll (also referred to as your photo gallery). Select this option by tapping on it.
5. If prompted, grant permission to the app to access your camera roll.
6. The draft will be saved to your camera roll. It may appear as a separate album, depending on the app.
It is worth noting that not all apps will allow you to save drafts to the camera roll. Some apps do not support exporting drafts to the camera roll, or may require additional steps to do so. If this is the case, follow the app’s instructions or contact the app’s customer support team.
Overall, saving drafts to the camera roll is a quick and easy way to access, share, or edit drafts on the go. It’s a great way to stay organized and efficient when working with drafts on your mobile device.