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You can now add links to your public and/or private scratchpads via your Free Nodelet. For example, just add something like the following to your Free Nodelet (via Free Nodelet Settings after you've enabled it via Nodelet Settings):

<ul><!--todo-<li>[id://`id`] </li>--> </ul> [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=todo|Add] [`id`] above, [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=ad;in=pub|Promote], [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=ad;in=priv|Watch], [href://?node_id=`id`;op=_freer;at=ad;in=priv;in=pub|Both].

And add the following to the public and private areas of your scratchpad:

<hr /> Nodes of interest: <ul> <!--ad-<li>[id://`id`]</li> --> </ul> <hr />

And you'll see links like:

Add 490843 above, Promote, Watch, Both.

in your Free Nodelet and clicking the "Promote" one will add the current node to the list on the public part of your scratchpad, clicking the "Watch" one will add it to the private part, and "Both" will add it to both lists.

See Free Nodelet gets templating features for more about using these templates and Free Nodelet freed for the original announcement of the Free Nodelet and some other ways to make use of it.

The technical change is that the op=_freer now accepts one or more in= CGI parameters that can each be "free", "pub", or "priv" to have the template expansion applied to (respectively) your Free Nodelet (the default), your public scratchpad, and/or your private scratchpad.

- tye        

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