Microsoft edge browser will launch a new "share link" page

If you're in the habit of sharing links with others or jumping from PC to PC, there's a better way to do it. Windows 10's Edge browser will get a new feature that improves the experience of sharing links to websites.

This new feature basically lets users find the last link they copied or shared. For example, if you send and receive a large number of links every day and you may not remember what the links are when you need to use them again, the Edge browser's shared link experience will allow you to find them quickly.

Currently, as Microsoft points out, finding old links can be difficult and time-consuming, especially if you're not using the Windows Cloud Clipboard.

"Users spend time and effort trying to find links that have been shared with them, sometimes on their own, searching through various apps, checking their email and chat messages, sometimes by asking others to find or resend the link to them."

The goal of the new Microsoft Edge feature is to help users save time and effort by displaying links shared with/by users on their history.

As shown, Microsoft wants to add a "Share Links" item to the Edge navigation bar to help you find all the links that are shared with/with you.

Since this feature will be part of your history, you can also use the existing search box to quickly find links.

Microsoft is still testing the idea, but users will be able to test it with the new beta extension. Based on the feedback, Microsoft said they would implement it natively on the Chromium Edge history page.

However, in external media testing, its shared link page is currently a placeholder and does not work properly.

In addition to the new link-sharing experience, Microsoft is also working on an improved Windows Cloud Clipboard, which will also work with websites opened in the Edge browser.

Other improvements to Microsoft Edge

Microsoft has rolled out some new improvements for Chromium Edge. For example, added support for resizable vertical labels, mini context menus in PDF, support for additional in-page translation languages, and more.