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How to Share Website Page Link on Edge Android?

Microsoft Edge is one of the latest but the most convenient browser for Android. The browser offers you user-friendly access and easy to view interface. The best thing is that you can share this great experience with your friends and family as well. If you have found something interesting while browsing, tap on the share icon and select the app through which you would like to send.

If we find any article or page online that is interesting, then we tend to share it with our friends and family on our communication apps like WhatsApp, iMessenger, Facebook, etc.

Most of the websites do offer a social sharing option. However, the Microsoft Edge for Android has the in-built share button that can help you in sharing the web page externally using apps installed on your device.

A week back, my mother was browsing through an article online on books that were a topic of my interest. Since I was not home, she called me up and asked if there is an option to share it via Whatsapp. I explained to her the further steps about link sharing.

The sharing option also helps in sending the link to the PC to continue reading. You can also save the link within any note-taking app if already installed on the device. There is even the print option that can help in printing the page and save it as a PDF file, however, this needs Microsoft account sign-in.

Related: How to Quick Share a Website Link from Edge Windows?

Please note that you can only share with the app that is already installed on your device.

How to Forward Page Link using Edge Android?

Just like any other app, you can easily share the active website link and forward it to friends and family using the android share button. Just select the medium or app that you want to share via and choose the contact to enable link sharing.

Here are the simple steps to share the page or article link on Edge for Android:

  1. Launch Microsoft Edge app for Android.
  2. Open and access the link that you want to share.
  3. Tap on the Share icon available on the bar.
  4. Choose the medium or app that you want to share with.
  5. Select the person or contact within the app.
  6. Hit on the Send or Share button to forward the page or link.

Link Sharing in Microsoft Edge for Android

The link or page will be shared immediately on the communication medium. If you’ve social media apps, then you might also have the option to add some text or description along with the link before posting online. The Android share button is efficient and quick.

Video on Sharing a Page with Edge Android

Here are the steps to share the page link or website link using the android share button.

How to Share Website Page Link on Edge Android?

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Bottom Line: Edge Android Share Link

Just like any sharing app, the Edge Android supports sharing the website links within the installed apps as well as sending a link to the PC. Hitting on the android share button will display the frequent contacts and mediums that you often use for sharing.

The edge share helped my mother share that article link with me by using the android share button. It was an insightful article on books and I am glad I could read it. My mother was happy since she finally knows how to enable link sharing on Edge.

Similarly, you can also share the link from the edge browser on windows computers. The sharing will display all the existing apps that are installed on your windows computer. You can share these links among a single person or even multiple people at a time. Some apps also allow you to add links to your status or stories. Hence, in this way, you can enjoy sharing some interesting site links with people.

Do you find the android share button helpful on the Edge Android browser? Which medium do you use to share the links? Social media or emails?

FAQs

What are the steps to share the website page link on Edge Android?

To share the website page link on Edge Android, you need to first launch the page that you wish to share and then tap on the share icon at the bottom of the page. Now, tap on the app through which you wish to share and then select the person you want to share.

How can we copy and share the Website page link on Edge Android?

If you want to copy the link to the website page and then share it on Edge Android then first of all launch the site. After then, tap on the share icon at the right bottom corner. There you will find the option to copy the link, tap and paste wherever you want to send it.

Can I share the website page link on Edge Android through Whatsapp?

Yes, you can share the website page link on Edge Android through Whatsapp or any other social media sharing app.

Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.

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2 thoughts on “How to Share Website Page Link on Edge Android?”

  1. Gabriela

    Since yesterday the amount of media options I can share with is minimal. I no longer have the option to share with whatsapp, FB Messenger, Instagram, Twitter, txt message, email. I don’t know what’s going on. Could it be an update that messed it up?

    1. Editor Staff

      That’s quite possible, Gabriela. Even I’ve read somewhere about the new update messing with sharing medium. I hope the Edge team revert these unwanted changes.

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