Oldschool ArcGIS user... I find the ability to perform the various saves in ArcGIS Pro to be very CLUNKY.
If a change is made to an alias (whether to the current layer or the data source) of a field in the Fields view of the table, and then I go to close the Fields tab of that layer, I get "Unsaved Changes Found" asking me if I am sure I want to close the pane...that all unsaved edits to the workspace will be lost. So, I try to find anywhere where the option to Save is not grayed out... Not finding any. I guess I wish there were someplace in the program window where I could see a separate small panel overview summarizing the various unsaved edits with save buttons next to them so I could just click them and be done. Ugh.
The Save button will be grayed out for the Fields View if you have unsaved feature edits (in a map).
When you hover over that button, it will tell you that:
But we know it's been a source of frustration, so in Pro 2.4 there is an info banner which hopefully will help more:
Thank you so much for your speedy reply. InDesign has a neat feature where it constantly appraises the user of the "number of errors" and provides a quick access utility that lists each one and provides the direct ability to fix each one. I could see this type of feature to make saves very helpful.
Fairly minor, but it would be good if there was also a warning if the field was being used by editor tracking (which prevents field editing/deletion and throws ERROR 002557, which can't be found) or other functions which restrict field updates/edits. Just one more thing users wouldn't have to check