The original idea has been changed to refer to making the 'auto apply' box in the attribute pane checked by default, and applying edits immediately without an information box appearing and it taking several seconds to apply an edit in the attribute pane before moving to another feature to edit.
Currently when editing multiple features from the same feature class I get prompted to commit edits when I switch between features. E.g. for land parcel data I populate an ID for one, then move to the next to to the same but get interrupted by a commit prompt. This is a very conservative way to ensure that edits are saved, but also interrupts workflow too much. In ArcMap any number of edits could be performed before saving. If committing/saving edits in Pro could be tweaked to interrupt less and allow more work to be done between edits this would be great.
When transitioning out of e.g. an attribute window or (if it is added) actively closing an edit session, those could be logical points to prompt for a save. Right now it is too frequent.
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.