Send a link to a web page with Yahoo Mail

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  1. Share interesting web pages with hyperlink in Yahoo Mail
  2. Send a link to a web page with Yahoo Mail
  3. Enable link preview in Yahoo emails
  4. Send a link to a web page with Yahoo Mail Basic

Share interesting web pages with hyperlink in Yahoo Mail

There are several ways to include links to web pages in a Yahoo Mail message. You can even include a preview image so the recipient knows what to expect.

The instructions in this article apply to the web versions of Yahoo Mail and the Yahoo Mail mobile app.

Send a link to a web page with Yahoo Mail

The easiest way to include a link in an email is to copy and paste it. The user can then copy the link from the message and paste it into the browser. However, if you prefer to include a hyperlink that takes the user directly to the page by clicking on the text:

  1. Highlight the text of the link you want to share and click ctrl+c (for Windows) or Command+C (for Mac) to copy it.

  2. Highlight the text you want to link in your Yahoo Mail message, then select the icon clutch in the bottom toolbar (left of the text formatting options).

  3. Click Ctrl+V (for Windows) or Command+V (for Mac) to paste the link into the text box.

  4. Select Save .

When the recipient sees the message, they can click the blue text to open the web page in a new tab.

Enable link preview in Yahoo emails

You can also paste the whole link (including http:// or https:// ) directly to a Yahoo Mail message. Depending on how the web page is set up, the inserted text will automatically contain hyperlinks or create a link preview with an image.

To adjust the size and position of the link preview, hover over the preview image, then select ellipses () in the upper right corner.

Choise remove will only delete the preview; The link itself remains in the body of the message.

Send a link to a web page with Yahoo Mail Basic

Yahoo Mail Basic does not support link previews, but you can also enable hyperlinks:

  1. Highlight the text of the link you want to share and click ctrl+c (for Windows) or Command+C (for Mac) to copy it.

  2. Place the text cursor where you want to insert the link in your Yahoo Mail message and click Ctrl+V (for Windows) or Command+V (for Mac) to insert a link to the site.

  3. To add round brackets around the link text.

When the recipient sees the message, they can click the underlined text to open the web page in a new tab.

This trick also works for including hyperlinks in messages sent from Yahoo Mail mobile app.

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