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Finding Permalinks for Tasks, Folders, Projects, and Spaces

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Overview

There are a couple of ways to find the permalink for custom items, tasks, folders, or projects.

Find permalinks for tasks, folders, or projects in List view

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  1. Navigate to a folder, project, or space and switch to List view 1.

  2. Right-click the relevant task, folder, or project.

  3. Click Copy Permalink in the menu that appears 2.

The permalink is automatically copied to your clipboard and you can paste it anywhere.

Find permalinks for tasks, folders, or projects in Task view, Work Item View, and info panels

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  1. Navigate to a folder or project and open its info panel 1. If you want to find a permalink for a task, open it in Task view. The permalink option is also available for tasks and projects in Work Item View.

  2. Click the Permalink icon. 2

    1. In folder/project info panels, clicking the permalink icon opens a pop-up with the permalink already highlighted 3. You can copy it using keyboard shortcuts (Win: CTRL+C, Mac: CMD+C) or by right-clicking on the highlighted text and selecting Copy.

    2. When you click the permalink icon in Task view or Work Item View, the permalink, is automatically copied to your clipboard. You'll also see a permalink pop-up where you can copy the permalink manually if needed.

Find permalinks for spaces

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  1. Navigate to the relevant space.

  2. Click the three-dot menu icon in the upper-right corner of the space 1.

  3. Select Copy permalink from the menu that appears 2.

The permalink is automatically copied to your clipboard and you can paste it anywhere.

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