20 May Quick tip to add a link in Google Docs
In Google Docs, you might have certain items or words that you want to select and insert a link into. If you want to save time and find an easier way to insert your links, follow these easy steps.
To begin with, highlight the text you wish to insert a link into. Right click on your mouse, and scroll down to ‘Link’.
Based on the highlighted text, Google will make recommendations on the link you may require. Alternatively, you can use the search bar to find the correct link. This saves you time going from tab to tab to copy and paste a link, making your experience smoother and quicker.
Finally, you can apply the link and your text will be highlighted with a URL link added to the text.