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Nov
2008



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chromeWhile surfing the Internet, at a certain point, you may need to send an e-mail containing the link of the page you are reading to your friends or coworkers or whoever you want. Most browsers have got a “Send Link” button which lets users send a web link in a couple of steps by using their default e-mail application. Sadly, Google Chrome doesn’t have such a feature. Let’s see how we can add a Send Link button thanks to a little hack.

  1. While in Google Chrome, right-click the Bookmarks bar and click on Add Page.
  2. In the Name textbox, type the word Send Link.
  3. In the URL textbox type: javascript:location.href=’mailto:?SUBJECT=’+document.title+’&BODY=’+escape(location.href);
  4. Click OK to apply the hack.
  5. Alternatively, if you feel uncomfortable with the above procedure, just drag this link here, to your Bookmark bar

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3 Comments to “How to add a Send Link button in Google Chrome”

  1. קייטרינג Says:

    thanks for the tip, keep on posting!

  2. צבעים מתוקים Says:

    Cool, useful since i often need to send a page 10x man..
    .-= צבעים מתוקים´s last blog ..צבעים מתוקים =-.

  3. Big Problemo Says:

    Does not work on the Linux version of Chrome. Works on FireFox.

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