“Vanachnu Lo Neida”
Standing at the end of Tachanun: In the paragraph of “Vanachnu Lo Neida” said in the end of Tachanun, some Poskim rule it is proper to recite the words “Vanachnu Lo Neida” while sitting and then stand and recite the continuation from “Mah Naaseh”. Other Poskim however make no mention of this. [Practically, the custom of the Rebbe was to stand upon saying Mah Naaseh, and so is the widespread custom amongst Chassidim.]
Aloud: Some Poskim rule the above words of “Vanachnu Lo Neida” and the continuation of “Mah Naaseh” are to be said aloud. Other Poskim however make no mention of this.
 M”A 131/4; Shelah; Derech Hachaim 38/11
 See Admur 131/2 who completely omits this addition; It is also omitted from the Siddur and Ketzos Hashulchan 24/3; I did not find it mention in Kaf Hachaim 131; See Al Minhagim Umikoroseihem [Rav Tuvia Bloy] p. 151-152
 Heard from Rav Leibal Groner that so was Rebbe’s custom; See Hearos Ubiurim 1062 p. 63 that so was the Rebbe’s custom and that the Rebbe mentioned in a Maaneh that not every law omitted by Admur means that he does not hold of it; New Tehilas Hashem wrote this directive as custom of Rebbe, as well as the annotated Siddur of Rav Raskin
 M”A 131/4; Shelah
 See Admur 131/2 who completely omits this addition; It is also omitted from the Siddur and Ketzos Hashulchan 24/3
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