Too many forms ;)
See how perlmonks has those links on top?
One takes you to "Newest Nodes
"... "Tracked Nodes" is a destination (link please).
From there you should be able to "Delete Tracked Nodes" or check/uncheck "Direct Replies Only" (no need to force the user to go through the form and type stuff in).
Also, kindly involve cookies in the picture because there's no point in logging in every time someone wants to add a node for tracking.
See this for a good cookie loop ;)
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