When I attach a few links to a card, it's not always easy to tell them apart. (I have to do so by reading the part of the url that's visible). It'd be great if I could name the link so it's more readable.

You can do this with links you embed in the description using their Markup. For example:

Click [here](http://www.whatever.com) to go to the page.

Is there a way to do this with link attachments?

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    Mmh as far as I know there is not, however a URL shortner may make jt a little easier
    – dimitrieh
    Commented Jan 21, 2016 at 23:01

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Yes. You can only do this on the web or desktop apps, though. If you click on the attachment button, a popup will appear asking for you to paste the link. It will also have a bar asking if you want to put a title.

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