Answered By: Sara Fillbrandt, Digital Services Librarian
Last Updated: Aug 04, 2015     Views: 44

YES! How cool is that? So you're trying to explain the location of some information to a student over the phone or in an email, and what they want is in a tab in a box on a guide. (See screenshot below.) Here's how you grab a link to that specific tab.

  1. Find the tab that you want to link to
  2. Right click on the tab
  3. Select "Copy Link Address" from the menu
  4. Paste link wherever you need it (in a course announcement, in an email, in feedback notes, etc.)  

The copied link will look something like this:


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