Now each of you can go to your user edit page and add information or a node in progress to your user scratch pad. You can choose whether you want this item to be publicly viewable. If you want a user to be able to preview a post, start writing it, set your scratch pad to being publicly viewable and then send them to the scratch pad viewer to check out your work in progress.

An added feature for all of you link harvesters is the ability to click on "add to scratchpad" in your personal nodelet. When you do this a link to the current node will be concatenated to the end of your scratch pad or placed right before any <INSERTHERE> tags you may have added in your scratch pad.

Have fun...

vroom | Tim Vroom |

In reply to New user scratch pad. by vroom

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