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.
- Find the tab that you want to link to
- Right click on the tab
- Select "Copy Link Address" from the menu
- 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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