glientsc
Hi,

Normally, weblinks are automatically named as they appear in the browser.

It always has bugged me, that when adding a Google email attachment, instead of naming the link with the subject line, PB names it with a meaningless "Email from Google". I now found a workaround for this nuisance.

1. Drag the GMail link into your Brain. It will be named "Email from Google"
2. Drag the GMail link AGAIN into your brain, into the SAME thought. PB will alert you that the URL already exists and ask you whether you really want to add the link.
4. Click OK. PB will add the URL again, but now it names it properly with Subject Line and your GMail account (useful, if you have a work email and a private email account like I do.)
5. Delete the unnecessary "Email from Google" Link and press OK.

Cheers,
G.

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erpsoftwareleads
thanks for the brief information..
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glientsc
hmm... seems to work with Firefox, but not with Chrome...
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zoner
Awesome this is great, thanks for sharing glientsc !
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mcaton
We'll take a closer look at this and see if we can add a fix.  Thank you for posting.

Matt
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glientsc
That would be great, thanks, Matt.
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