It happens to all of us. You're working on a post and something happens - your electricity goes out, your web browser crashes, or another unforseen circumstance.
If this happens, you might be able to recover your post since TypePad saves your post while you're composing. To restore your post, click the Restore Auto-Save Content button in the Rich Text editor. It's located here:
If the button is active, you can click it to restore your post. Please note that this won't always work since crashes and the like can cause a problem with the script.
We also recommend that you save your post as a draft while you work on it, which is especially true for longer posts or posts that you spend a long time editing. The Restore Auto-Save Content feature should only be used in an emergency as the post is not actually saved to your account.
You can read more about restoring your posts and tips for making sure to save your work in our Knowledge Base.