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Hi Ivar,

thanks for your feedback. What happens if you just click on the link? What would you like to happen? It seems a bit cumbersome to have to copy and paste to open the link (for me at least) I would prefer to just click on it in the mail. What is the desired behaviour then?

Best regards,
Karolina

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Ivar Edebro
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Hi.

If i click a link in an email, I'm taken to the default browser window where the document can be accessed. But that requires me to log in again, and I am already logged in via PP browser (powertab?).

Of course it's more cumbersome to copy/paste a link instead of just clicking it, but without a new URI scheme, copy/paste is the only work-around.

Currently, if I get a link to a PP document via email. I cannot even open that document via PP browser, unless I go to a temporary PP directory, choose to create a shortcut, then copy/paste the link to the shortcut, save the shortcut and then click it. When the document is open I can delete the shortcut. That's cumbersome!

The proposal of having a separate URI scheme for powertab is of course the best solution as clicking a link would open it in powertab, but until we get that, just give me a field where I can enter a PP document link sent to me.

DIMELO - innovation management specialist