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How to Send Link to Devices in Chrome Computer

Learn how to forward and send the link to google chrome signed-in devices. You can send links to Chrome Android, iOS, or Chrome computers on different devices.

Google Chrome allows sending the links to the connected device sign-in with the same Google account. You can send the links, continue reading on the other connected devices, and share links seamlessly. Chrome will display all the connected devices where you can select the destination device, and the link will open automatically.

Send Link to Connected Devices on Chrome browser

If you’re reading an article or a page in your Chrome browser and want to forward the link to a different device quickly, you might use email or any messaging services. But what if I say you do not need to follow the traditional ways?

Google Chrome has a feature that allows sending the link within connected devices without leaving your page. You can send the links between PC, Mac, Android Phones, and other devices signed in with the same Google account.

If the Google account is not signed-in to more than one device, the Send to Your Devices icon might not appear. So ensure you’ve signed-in in on secondary devices with the same account to use the send-to-device feature.

Send Link to Devices

If you already have more than one device signed in with the same Google account, click the send to your devices Chrome icon in the URL bar and choose the alternative device. Here are the steps to send a link from:

  1. Launch the Google Chrome browser on your computer.
  2. Open the website that you want to send to your other devices.
  3. Within the URL bar, hit on the Share icon.
  4. Choose the app you want to use to send or forward the page link to other devices.
    Send to Your Devices in Chrome Computer

This will automatically forward the link to the selected device from the list of Google signed-in devices. The link will automatically open or be available when your recipient device is online. The sends to the device is instead a beneficial feature.

If the incoming device is offline or turned off, the link will open immediately after connecting it online.

Bottom Line

You can now ditch the traditional way of sending or forwarding the links from one device to another. The Send to Your Device feature has eliminated all the hassle of forwarding the links. Cross-device collaboration is now more accessible and more productive.

After the latest update of the Chrome Browser, the send-to-device features have been converted into the Share feature. Under this feature, you can copy the link to the site or send the links using other apps such as Whatsapp, Twitter, or other social media apps.

Similarly, you can send the links from Chrome for Android to all connected devices. The list will appear on the screen where you can select any Chrome-enabled device signed in.

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Kushal Azza

Kushal is a Bachelor of Engineering, a Certified Google IT Support Professional, and a Digital-Tech Geek. He has over a decade of experience solving tech problems, troubleshooting, and creating digital solutions. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

2 thoughts on “How to Send Link to Devices in Chrome Computer”

  1. I signed in the same google account on my laptop and smartphone; clicked the share icon then Cast from the menu; it attempts to find the device with no result!
    How to fix that?

    1. Hello, laptops are not equipped with Chrome Cast feature that allows screensharing from mobile or any connected device. Hence, it’s not visible.

      However, the Cast feature will be able to find the Smart TV with Chrome Cast hardware.

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