My friends bought me a new Samsung Android Tablet from sams club awhile back.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A
Android Version 7.0
I was a wonder'en, is it possible to send a "Clickable" or "Hyperlink", or whatever they call it, (those blue links) in an email on android? A link to a website for instance. So that the person a gitten the link can just click on it, without having to copy & paste the link to git there?
I am useing the Yahoo app that came installed on the tablet. Couldn't find anything on youtube about how to do it.
I'd appreciate any help.
From: Cloverdale, Northern California
Posted 7 Aug 2018 8:02 am
Gmail automatically converts any URL (web address) into a hot link. Or you can highlight text and turn it into a hot link to a URL. Yahoo mail might have the same capability. _________________ -b0b- (SGF Admin) Bobby Lee ♪ @b0blee ♪ Copedents ♪ Recordings