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I would like to get a bookmark (permanent url) for a Gmail conversation, for myself (not to share with third parties). The url displayed in the Browser contains information related to the current search, or about how you got to the message. For example, if I open a message in my inbox:

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FFNDWNXpgKrPdddgLBWvhFKVSDfLtjvfbCN

Which means that, once I archive that conversation, the url will no longer be valid.

Is there a way to get permanent conversation URLs?

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Some emails have a "View Entire Message" link at the bottom which is a permanent link you can bookmark.

If the email does not have a "View Entire Message" link you can click ⋮ and then "Show Original Message". Then change part of the URL from view=om to view=lg to view the message in the same format.

For example:

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ik=fb7af07f1d&view=om&permmsgid=msg-f%3A1653752293294331902

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ik=fb7af07f1d&view=lg&permmsgid=msg-f%3A1653752293294331902

The downside is that you can't view the email from this link on mobile.

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