The first thing to note when importing a URL into INK is that this feature is in its early alpha stages.
Sometimes, INK may have issues reading the HTML code of the page and won't fully import the text.
This is something we're currently working on improving, and the best way of us learning is by receiving feedback from you.
If you are trying to import text from a URL into INK and are having issues, please send us a feedback form. By doing this, we can quickly diagnose the problem and improve your INK experience.
To learn more about sending us feedback, you can read our guide here.
Importing from a URL into INK
Importing text from a URL into INK is quite straightforward.
First, navigate to the top-left corner of INK and click on the File tab. Then, click the Import from URL prompt. You can also do this by pressing Ctrl+Shift+U (Cmd+Shift+U on Mac).
Another method of using this import feature is through the left-hand toolbar.
Just click the File tab, then navigate to the Import drop down menu and click Import from URL.
From here, all you need to do is copy and paste the URL into INK and press the + button.
Once pressed, INK will begin importing the text from the URL.
As mentioned above, this feature is still in its early stages. Sometimes it will not fully import the text or may import it with a different format.
If the URL import feature is not working for your chosen page, you can always just highlight the text from the page and copy and paste it directly into INK.
If you're still having format issues, please use INK's feedback feature to help us solve this problem as fast as possible.
Also, it's important to remember that you must be connected to the Internet to make use of this INK feature.