For some features on Bonfire, you'll need to have a campaign in a "Draft" status. A draft campaign is essentially just a campaign that has not yet been launched.
This article will take you through the steps to create a new draft campaign.
If you already have a campaign that you've launched, you may be able to revert this back to a draft campaign – so long as you haven't had any sales yet, and it's still on its first batch.
If you can no longer revert the campaign back to draft, then you could duplicate it.
Create a new draft campaign
The steps to create a new draft campaign, are basically the same as creating any other campaign.
The difference is with how you save it. Instead of clicking "Next" or "Launch", you'll need to click "Save" instead.
You'll need to have at least one thing added to the design (text, graphics, or uploaded art) in order to save a campaign.
If you haven't done so already, you'll want to choose "Save as a campaign" when prompted.
Once your campaign is saved, you can leave the campaign funnel either by clicking on the Bonfire logo, or by clicking on your user profile dropdown followed by one of the links in there.
In your dashboard, on the Campaigns page, you'll now see your newly created draft campaign. You can identify draft campaigns by their "Status".
You may notice in the screenshot below, that the campaign is also named "Draft campaign". If you reached step 4 of the campaign funnel, and have given your campaign a name, then you'll see that instead.