There are several third-party extensions out there to copy Webpage title and address, for browsers like Chrome, Firefox and others. Here is a neat trick to add your own Copy Title & URL bookmarklet for Microsoft Edge.
Open Microsoft Edge, visit a website and add it to the Favorites bar. Name the favorite as Copy Title & URL, or anything as you’d like.
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Before that, close all instances of Microsoft Edge, and then start EdgeManage.
Edit the "Copy Title & URL" target URL, and set it to as follows:
Exit EdgeManage and commit changes to the database when it prompts you.
Start Microsoft Edge, visit a website and then click the Copy Title & URL bookmarklet you created.
You’ll be shown the following prompt with a text control box, showing the title, which is followed by the URL of the webpage. The text range is automatically selected for you.
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All you need to do is press CTRL + C to copy the text to clipboard and dismiss the dialog by clicking OK, or pressing the ESCAPE key.
That’s it. You’ve added your first bookmark-let in Edge! Edge has just got extensions support since the Anniversary Update. So you may soon get a full-fledged “Copy Title and URL” browser extension from the Store.
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