I think the title states the question. I am interested sometimes to see what someone has changed from the original. Can I do this easily, or is it “complicated”?
I think you have to edit the “compare” URL manually, but you can put any two notebook IDs in there:
You can find the ID (a hex string like
55bed46f68a80641) for each notebook using e.g. @mootari’s notebook here:
Thanks @bgchen ! It’s been a long time since you and I directly interacted here. In case you didn’t know it, you’re an all time hero of mine!
and to find out which versions of the original have been published (e.g. to compare to an older version), you can use this notebook:
You can also choose “Compare fork” for both forks, and then recombine both URLs.
- Fork B compared to fork A:
- Fork A compared to original:
Fork B compared to original:
For some reason yesterday I kept thinking that @mootari had a notebook which allowed you to input two notebook URLs and get a compare link out, but no matter how hard I searched I just couldn’t find it.
Well, turns out I was remembering a tiny addition in my fork of (@mootari’s notebook that I linked above) (also from 2018!):