If you want to save your session, send the links to a friend or share a page on social networks. Copying and pasting a link is ok if the service has web previews to show what the URL is for. By including the title of the page, the recipient should get an idea of what the link is about. But then you have to copy two things. This isn’t a problem if it’s just one or two links, but if you share pages often you may want a more efficient way to do that.
CopyTabTitleUrl is an extension for Firefox and Chrome that allows you to copy the URL of the web page in multiple ways.
Visit a web page and click the extension’s button on the browser toolbar. A small modal will appear. It has a few options.
Click the “Title and URL” button to copy the page’s tile and URL to the clipboard with a single click. It is stored as follows:
The second option, Title, only copies the title of the page.
The URL button will send the link to the clipboard
If you don’t like the pop-up window, you can right-click the CopyTabTitleUrl icon and select one of three copy options.
There is a fourth option that is very different. Format copies the web page title and Markdown format for links.