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Recover a Draft

TripTix is enabled with an autosave capability, allowing unfinished runs to be saved automatically within the system. Drafts autosave every minute, ensuring your charted information is constantly stored and updated within the system. When creating a run record, you can see when the record was last saved by referring to the message directly below the page title.

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In an unplanned event scenario, such as the loss of connection, a system lock up, a timed lock out, or the exhaustion of your device's battery, drafts can be quickly and easily recovered through TripTix Web, even if you did not manually save the record before the browser closed. You can also verify you are restoring the most recent, up-to-date draft by first viewing it as a PDF or comparing draft versions.

Before proceeding with a draft restore, it is important to know the types of drafts you can recover. The following are the two types of drafts you can choose to work with.

  • Run Not Saved – The run was started by the medic but was never saved due to a sudden loss of connection, time out, system crash, or other issue. For this type of draft, you can recover it, view it as a PDF, or remove it.

  • Saved Draft Run Update – The run was saved at one time, but it was not saved after the most recent changes were made due to a sudden loss of connection, time out, system crash, or other issue. With this type of draft, you have the option to recover it, view it as a PDF, compare it with unsaved versions, or remove it.

Note: Run records are saved every minute in TripTix Windows, too. However, a record from TripTix Windows does not enter Web or CDX until it is saved and successfully uploaded from your mobile device. Therefore, no "drafts" exist in TripTix Windows, and the functionality below applies to runs in Web or CDX only.

However, this functionality would apply to a run uploaded from TripTix Windows and edited in Web or CDX.

To view a PDF of a draft in Web or CDX
  1. From any page, go to Run Records: Recent Records.

  2. In the upper right corner of the Recent Records page, click Recover Drafts.

  3. In the Recover Drafts window, locate the draft you want to recover, and, in the final column, click the run's corresponding Actions button.

  4. From the list, select View PDF.

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To recover a draft in Web or CDX
  1. From any page, go to Run Records: Recent Records.

  2. In the upper right corner of the Recent Records page, click Recover Drafts.

  3. In the Recover Drafts window, locate the draft you want to recover, and, in the final column, click the run's corresponding Actions button.

  4. From the list, select Recover.

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