I have a request to add a save draft button in a new form!
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If your goal to handle the Draft process, so I suggest you think first SharePoint!
The SharePoint already handle the
Draft process as the following:
Draft items in Document library:
You can handle the draft files by Enabling Check-Out and Check-in functionality
Require Check Out, check Yes.
check out the file, edit and save it as a draft, then reflect your changes by performing
Note: Check-Out and Check-in functionality is not available for list
Draft items in List:
You can enable the
Content Approval to handle the draft items by doing the following:
Content Approval, versioning.
You can also manage Draft as OOTB as the following:
Yes/Nodraft field with default value
Yesand Created By =
If you have SharePoint Enterprise edition, you can use InfoPath to customize your form as the following:
Save To Draft.
If the above options are not satisfied with your requirements, and you need to do it by adding a button manually, you can check: