The current “Tip of the Week” from Apple describes how to email a URL from Safari.
It’s as easy as pressing â‡§âŒ˜I and then sitting back while Mail.app creates a new message containing the link.
I hesitated about posting this, but sometimes tips aren’t as well known as you might think, like using âŒ˜] and âŒ˜[ to cycle through the available HTML, Rich Text and plain text views of an email, or using Gmail-like “Conversation” views in Apple Mail.
If you use some other browser, you will have to make your own arrangements. OminWeb users can use a bookmarklet to send a link, Firefox users can customise their toolbar by adding a “Send Link” button and Camino users can uses â‡§âŒ˜L.
- Add a “Gmail this” bookmarklet to your web browser
- Distraction-free Gmail in Camino/Firefox
- NetShred X 3.17: Thunderbird, Camino support
- Set Gmail as default email app in Firefox 3.0
- Firefox and the Digg effect
Tags: Apple Mail, Apple Mail Tips, Camino, emailing a link, FireFox, GMAIL, keyboard shortcuts, mail.app, Safari, URL