Microsoft Edge now has share dialog on Dev and Canary channels

What you need to know

  • The Dev and Canary versions of Microsoft Edge now feature a share dialog.
  • The feature allows users to quickly and easily share content through other apps.
  • The share dialog is already available on the publicly released version of Microsoft Edge.

Users of the Dev and Canary versions of Microsoft Edge can now easily share content from the web through other apps. Both versions of Microsoft Edge now feature a share dialog that allows users to share content through popular apps with just a few taps (via Neowin).

The same feature is already available to users on the publicly released version of Microsoft Edge, as well as the Chromium-powered Android version of Microsoft Edge on mobile devices. Richard Hay, also known on Twitter as WinObs, spotted the new feature.

In addition to sharing content through other apps, the sharing feature supports sharing content to nearby devices.

The feature is rolling out gradually through both channels, so you might not see it immediately. You can sign up to test both the Dev and Canary versions of Microsoft Edge through the Edge Insider website.

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