The answer to "Adding new address to Google Maps?" does not include a case for non-business addresses. I want to add my home address, which is not a register address. Ideally, I should have been able to add a home (or other private-use) location, from a point on the map. This functionality does not seem to exist. I do not want an official location, visible to everybody that would be suitable for a business. I want to set a private location and name its address as I wish (because there is an address, used locally).
Can I do any of this? Any ideas?
Update-rephrase because "unclear":
In Google Maps, under
My Places there are some "Labeled" personal locations, one can set, which will be known on all Google products. Among them there is "Home" and "Work" and also the choice to add others. Before there was only the choice to set the address of those "Labeled" places, in some text-boxes (plus some other staff for the place, always in text). Now, there is also a location pointer on the map, which you can move to specific coordinates. The issue has been resolved, just after this post (the next day) and there is an answer already; that is how "unclear" the question was.
[Observe that this update does not do anything to "clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need," which is stated, clearly enough, in the original question: (1) "I should have been able to add a home (or other private-use) location, from a point on the map."; (2) "I want to set a private location and name its address as I wish (because there is an address, used locally)". The only imprecision, in my opinion, is that I do not stress that the locally used address is a real address, despite not being registered and, since my "Home" is a private location, it might have been possible to set the address itself --and maybe search for it! (This second part has not been resolved or answered. I am not sure I like giving such ideas to Google, but someone would eventually...)]