When you create a page, you can save your changes to the page as a draft or publish the page. For pages that were previously published, you can save changes before you publish.

Only page builders can view and amend draft pages.

Apart from personal pages, you can save a draft for any page for which you have the page builder role. Changes to personal pages don't affect pages that belong to other users, so you don't need to save them as drafts.

If you have a Professional or Enterprise subscription, you can use draft pages alongside Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) features to support ALM workflows. You can use ALM features to develop your draft page against one model while your published page displays data from another. 

Note: If you rename a page in designer mode, the published page updates. This is true even if you save the page as a draft and don't publish it. 

In designer mode, pages that have never been published have a DRAFT badge in the top-left corner in:

On previously published pages, when you make a visible change, a UNPUBLISHED CHANGES badge displays. Unpublished drafts don't display for end users. End users can only view the published page, not your unpublished changes. 

Save your page to keep your draft changes.

You can link to a draft page. In designer mode, or when you preview a page, links to draft pages display with an info icon <icon-ads validation-info>. 

You can revert a draft page to the published version at any time while in designer mode. This reverts any changes you've saved. From Page settings, select Revert to published version > Revert