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Sharing from app truncates URL which confuses Raindrop's meta info analysis

When you share from Facebook, it will auto truncate the URL. As a result, Raindrop will match another similar URL - even though the only similarity is the TLD and first directory.

eg. When I try to add a new article from Forbes while browsing Facebook on iOS, I click "Share to Raindrop". When I do that, Raindrop reads the URL as "https://www.forbes.com/sites". It then says that I'm saving an unrelated article from Forbes which I've already read and moved to trash in Raindrop. This is increasingly annoying.

The only workaround is to open this in Safari *every time*. Please do full URL matching to save the superfluous clicks that follow. Obnoxious because I save 10+ articles per day so the extra 5 clicks add up over time.

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    Alec Hale-Pletka shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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