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Is there a permalink I can use for answers/comments?

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possible duplicate of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/156/… –  Ladybug Killer Apr 6 '10 at 9:12

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Yes, there's a "link" permalink for each answer to a question. It's right next to the "flag" link at the bottom of the answer.

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How could I have missed that. :) –  Kriem May 22 '09 at 16:02
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Update: It appears the "link" text has been updated to "share" text. –  jp2code Oct 5 '12 at 13:47
    
I just noticed that too, that the "share" to social networking sites AND the "link" text are all rolled up into the "share" text. It used to look like this meta.stackexchange.com/a/101026/160875 Not sure how I missed that either! –  Ellie Kesselman Oct 6 '12 at 10:45
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"link" would be clearer. I wonder how many views this page has had since the change. –  A.M. Jul 3 '13 at 0:36
    
agreed. I came here because I thought "share" would take me to some social networking site. "link" would be much more accurate. –  ggutoski Jul 16 at 16:23

Yes

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OK, you know how to do it. I still do not. –  jp2code Oct 5 '12 at 13:45
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Was this really the second taunt of an answer in a row ("Ha ha...*I* know how to do it. Good luck with that...")?? ...and did the OP's comment response to the taunts really come over 3 years later?? Hilarious. –  A.M. Jul 3 '13 at 0:52

Permalink for questions/answers can be copied from the box shown after clicking the "share" link as shown below

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Permalink for the comments can be obtained by copying the address of the link that shows the Time/Date of posting the comment as shown below

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