Draft notes are similar to case notes, however, they can be edited once saved. A draft note can be converted into a case note (which complies with MedicoLegal standards) through the save options.

📝 Draft notes are created from the Case Notes page.

This article includes:

1. Saving draft notes

2. Finalising your saved draft notes

Saving draft notes

1. From the client's file, click on Clinical > Case notes

2. Write your case note as required

3. Click on Save as Draft to save the note as a draft message

💡 Saved as a draft will allow you to continue to edit the case note

Finalising your saved draft notes

1. From the client's file, click on Clinical > Draft Notes

2. Select the Draft Note you wish to edit or finalise

3. To finalise the note, click File, then Save & Finalise

💡 Once a note is saved and finalised, it cannot be edited.

See similar articles regarding client files and information:

📝 Case note templates

📝 Apply a custom data entry to a client file

📝 Create a questionnaire template

📝 Create a custom data template

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