I also learned the hard way about Gmail’s dislike of multiple drafts…..errrgggggggggg.
BUT here is a clever way to trick it! Nice!
For work, sometimes I’m corresponding with many people in a single Gmail “conversation.” Sometimes while I’m composing a mail in the conversation, someone will reply and I need to reply to that new mail, before finishing my original. I learned the hard way that you can’t save more than one draft in a conversation.
I found that renaming the subject line – even temporarily – solves this problem. For example, if the subject line is “Boxes”—I change it to “Box” and then save that draft and reply to the new incoming mail. Then, I go find “Box” in my drafts, and change the subject back to “Boxes” before clicking send. Both mails are then still part of the same Gmail conversation.
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