Easy Drag and Drop to share Path to files/folders on the Network

By: standss , Jul 24th, 2013

If like us, you find yourself often sharing files/folders with the members of your team while working on projects etc…

here is a simple tip on how you can drag and drop the path to a file/folder on the network rather than having to type or copy & paste the path into the email (or word).

All you have to do is:

  • Create the email.
  • Use Windows Explorer to find the file or folder that you want to share. Make sure that the file or folder is in a location that the other person has access to… normally this would be on a shared or network folder.
  • Right-click on the file/folder and drag it (with the right mouse button still pressed) to the location in the email where you want to insert the path
  • Release the right-click button. You will get the following options:

create_hyperlink

  • Click Create Hyperlink Here.

This will now insert a clickable link in the email.

I hope you find this tip useful.

Thanks to Anand Kumar (our Senior Programmer) who shared this tip with us.

If you know of other simple tips like this and wish to share with our readers, please let us know by leaving a comment below.

3 Replies to “Easy Drag and Drop to share Path to files/folders on the Network”

  1. This is a great tip. We do this too often in our team, and this is really helpful. Thank you very much 🙂

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