I have to apologize, we are still tying up a few loose ends after releasing PoodLL 2, and there is not yet any documentation up for the PoodLL widgets yet. edit: There IS now some documentation, please go to the PoodLL widget page. The widgets are there and they will show up for your users fine. Sadly creating the clever little filter string that sets each one up has become a little clunky. That is actually top of the priority list. There is a screencast in the screencast section of this website that shows one way to do it.
For now here are some strings you can just paste into any html area that will show a widget:
At the time of writing the best way to make these strings is to use the PoodLL Explorer. But this is only a stopgap solution that we are really not happy about. We will get a widget selector into the repository very soon. Anyway, to use the PoodLL explorer you will need to make a special page for it, and go there when you need to create a filter string. First create a page resource, and put this string in there.
When you display that page you will see a kind of a control panel, click the filter tab, and you will see another set of tabs and panels for selecting and configuring components. It is not very clear how to use that so I will be making up some documentation and a screencast shortly. And I just want to reiterate that we will have a better widget selector very soon. But any filter strings you create now will still work later.