What's the best way to send a link to a page in email?

Prior to the UI change, I could copy the page title and paste it into an email. It was sweet. I looked good.

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Now the page title is no longer a link to itself, which I get is reduant, but it was also convenient.

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Sure, I can copy/paste or type the name of the page into my email and then copy the URL of the page and then turn the text in my email into a hyperlink to that URL. Dandy, but more time. Is there an easier way in the new UI? 

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There is no native way to do this in the confluence application.

Here is a way to do what you are looking for:

1. Copy the required link

2. Paste it into the left panel in the href="" value on this link.

3. Click Run >>

4. Copy the right output

5. Paste output to mail

It's a few more clicks then before, but did you try the "Share" button? It gives you a shortened url.


Interesting thought, but regardless of how long the URL is, it's still a URL rather than hyperlinked text. Thanks for the suggestion. Is there a Confluence enhancement request space/jira out there with +1 voting where I can log this?

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