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On JSFiddle, you have your own private Fiddles (on your 'Dashboard'), and you have Public Fiddles.

The Fiddle seems to go Public as soon as it receives a Title.

I want to know the following:

  1. Can I give it a name or title of some sort, without it having to be public? If so, how?
  2. Can I organize/reorganize my private Fiddles in any way? If so, how?
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Bit late I know, but I came across the first part of this problem myself today.

In Fiddle Meta, on the left hand side of the fiddle, you can enter a description. This will be displayed under the private fiddle code in your dashboard, so you can keep track of the fiddles.

Don't enter a title in the Meta area, unless you want the fiddle to be made public.

I can't see anyway to re-organise the list of private fiddles, however.

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  1. Can I organize/reorganize my private Fiddles in any way? If so, how?

Soon! They have the feature "Grouping fiddles" in the "In development" pane on the roadmap for JSFiddle. Throw the feature a vote and it might come quicker.

"Grouping fiddles" on JSFiddle's official roadmap Trello board: https://trello.com/c/28gPYs4Y/2-grouping-fiddles

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