22-06-2022 01:31 PM in
All you really have to do is type the URL in a note and Samsung Notes should recognize it as a link on its own. You don't have to include prefixes https:// or even www. For example instead of https://www.google.com/ you can just enter google.com and it will be recognized as a link. Make sure the Show links in notes option is turned on for this to work.
Alternatively, you can share a link from another app (like a web browser) to the Samsung Notes app and it will try to parse the link to fetch the site's icon, title & description. This type of link appears as an object that can be anchored to a text. It can be resized but customization options are very limited. Make sure the Show web previews option is turned on for this to work.
22-06-2022 02:27 PM in
22-06-2022 03:37 PM - last edited 22-06-2022 03:39 PM
Unfortunately, what you're describing is outside the scope of what Samsung Notes is capable of to my knowledge. There is no way to reference or link to specific sections of a note or page from within the Notes app itself, though if you import a PDF that is already able to do this, it seems to work just fine.
You'll need more advance software to do what you want, like Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat.
22-06-2022 06:30 PM in
This is exactly what I was looking for as well. And to be honest surprised that we cannot do it but in that case it's a feature waiting to happen, ie, be able to create links/hyperlinks between notes and also be able to annotate pdf's with links/hyperlinks.
Could this be added to the log of features requested by users. Would really appreciate it.
17-05-2023 02:24 PM in
I don't understand. You seem to know thigs.
All I want to do is link one word in a note to another word in a different note to jump from a certain spot in a note to note to a certain spot in another note.
Can it be done? How?
Thank you so much for your help