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I've created a small workflow that automates something that I've find myself doing very often: copying a website as an HTML hyperlink text and pasting it into the footnote of my notes to track my sources.


Simply type copylink (hyperlink), copylinkmd (Markdown) or copylinktxt (Textile) to see a list of open browser tabs (currently for Chrome and Safari only). Then, select one to copy the title of the page linked to the URL.




Download v1.5 | Github

See Github page for release notes.


Hope you'll find it useful. Let me know of any bugs or feedback below.


— Charlie

Edited by charliecm

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Terrific idea, but doesn't seem to work on my system (OS X Sierra, using Safari). The list of browser windows comes up, but nothing gets copied to the clipboard. Any tips? Thanks!!

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