With so much information available on the web, sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming when you have to scroll through endless number of pages, just to get to the point.

Well, Google has a nifty little feature in their Chrome browser to get round this issue, when you email someone a link to a website.

As an example, let’s say you emailed me a query asking when the iPhone 14 is due for release.

I could email you a link and instruct you to scroll down to a particular section on the page, but this can easily be missed if the web page content is quite lengthy.

PLEASE NOTE: You need to be using the Google Chrome browser for this to work.

If you clicked on the following link, you’ll see that it takes you to a section that’s highlighted with the relevant information – LinkĀ 

So to use this feature, all you need to do is highlight an area of text on a website, then right-click on the mouse, before selecting Copy link to highlight.

You then paste this link into an email, and your recipient will be taken straight to the highlighted section on their computer.

I think it’s quite a neat time-saving tool for your friends and colleagues.