I often prepare an answer in a local application editor that supports Markdown syntax.
After posting the answer I then add a link to that answer using the 'Copy link' of the 'Share a link to this answer' dialog.
I then create a Markdown link that contains the original question:
[Answer to: Was the unemployment rate in the Nazi regime lower than the Weimar Republic? - History Stack Exchange](https://history.stackexchange.com/a/68934/38607)
Adding a 'Copy markdown link' to this dialog would be a useful feature, not only for my usage, but also when posting comments that refer to an existing answer.
The corresponding Markdown link from 'Share a link to this question' could then contain 'Question:' instead of 'Answer to:'.
Many comments contain only the raw link since the building of the Markdown content is time-consuming, forcing others to go to the link just to see what it contains.
This could be avoided with a more readable text as link, that would be in a more recognisable manner (including the distinction between a referenced question or answer).
[Adding a 'Markdown link' to 'Share a link to this answer' dialog](https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/378574)stripping away the user ID from the link, as I'm not a fan of sharing it.