Copy web links using their canonical URL
Have you ever went to share a URL and found it was hundreds of characters long, full of tracking and analytics information?
Web sites that use multiple URLs for the same content are encouraged to have a specific "canonical" URL that is the primary URL for the page. Since this URL can't be personalized to the user, it isn't full of analytics data or unnecessary session state.
When copying the URL, just click the CanonicalCopy icon instead of selecting the URL in the address bar. A popup will appear with the canonical URL that you can copy with the copy button or Ctrl+C. It's that easy!
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