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> Would it be too hard for moderators to drop a note to a monk on approving a node in a section different from the monk's choice?

Yes "it's too hard", because it's not done by a little group of "moderators".

From a certain level on every monk° has access to the Approval Nodelet.

I agree that moving is confusing for new monks, I remember the first time it happened to me.

You might phrase a feature request that the OP is automatically messaged and / or info gets attached to a moved note.

But I'm not optimistic this might happen soon.

Cheers Rolf
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°) You might wanna count friars or higher in Number of Monks by Level


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