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      Test Cases

      Case 1:
      The changes of published web content are saved automatically as draft

      1. Enable feature via feature flag
      2. Add a web content with title, content and description then publish
      3. View the web content shown at Approved status
      4. Edit the web content
      5. Edit the title, content and description
      6. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar
      7. Back to the Web Content admin
      8. View the web content shown at Approved and Draft status
      9. Edit the web content
      10. View the edited title, content and description persisted

      Case 2:
      The user could discard draft in Web Content admin

      1. Enable feature via feature flag
      2. Add a web content with title, content and description then publish
      3. Edit the web content
      4. Edit the title, content and description
      5. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar
      6. Back to the Web Content admin
      7. Discard draft of web content
      8. Edit the web content
      9. View the title, content and description are back to published version

      Case 3:
      The changes of unpublished web content are saved automatically as draft

      1. Enable feature via feature flag
      2. Add a web content with title, content and description
      3. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar
      4. Back to the Web Content admin
      5. View the web content shown at Draft status
      6. Edit the web content
      7. View the title, content and description persisted

      Case 4:
      The changes of unpublished web content with required ddm fields are saved automatically as draft

      1. Enable feature via feature flag
      2. Add a web content structure with a required Text field
      3. Add a web content based on new structure
      4. Populate data in title and Text field
      5. View the web content shown at Approved status
      6. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar
      7. Back to the Web Content admin
      8. View the web content shown at Draft status
      9. Edit the web content
      10. View the title and text persisted

      Case 5:
      The redo/undo changes could be automatically saved as draft

      1. Enable feature via feature flag
      2. Add a web content with title and content
      3. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar
      4. Undo changes in title and content fields
      5. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar
      6. Redo changes in title and content fields
      7. View the draft saved icon shown in managment bar

      Case 6:
      The user could preview draft of unpublished web content in web content editor

      1. Enable feature via feature flag
      2. Add a display page template for Web Content Article and Basic Web Content
      3. Add a Heading fragment
      4. Map the Title field to Heading fragment then publish
      5. Add a web content with title and content
      6. View the friendly URL shown in Friendly URL field
      7. Preview draft content via Default Template preview modal
      8. Associate to display page template
      9. Preview draft title via Display Page preview modal

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            david.gutierrez David Gutiérrez Mesa
            Reporter:
            david.gutierrez David Gutiérrez Mesa
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            David Gutiérrez Mesa
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