Here's a quick guide on how you can easily send web links and full web pages (including PDFs and images) by email (or Gmail) in Chrome Browser.
Email This is a free Chrome extension that lets your save complete web pages and links to your email in one-click.
Email This removes ads, distractions and crufty sidebars from a web page and sends a cleaned-up, readable view of the page to your email inbox. You can then open up your email inbox and read your saved articles whenever you want.
When you find an interesting article, click the Email This button. Email This will extract the main text and images from that article (it removes ads and distractions) and sends you a nice email that you can read later or share with your friends.
Email This comes with a nifty keyboard shortcut to make saving web pages easier.
Hit Ctrl + Shift + U (on Windows/Linux) or Command ⌘ + Shift + U (on Mac) to activate Email This and send the current page via email.
Right-click on a link and choose "Email This" to save the contents of that link. Similarly, right-click anywhere on a page to save the current page via email.
Over 40,000 people use EmailThis everyday to save interesting links and articles to their email inbox. Email This is rated 4.8/5 with over 200 ratings.
Makes saving articles so simple, especially when I don't need them saved forever, but just want to read later or forward to others without making them click through.
I really appreciate the ads and other distractions being stripped from the article.
Carol Yates (on Chrome Webstore)
This extension is long overdo. Why bother with other read article extensions when this one send the article directly to your email.
What's more, this extension even takes articles from those frustrating SLIDE SHOW websites.
Richard Krenzel (on Chrome Webstore)
Note: Please add [email protected] to your email address book to ensure that your saved bookmarks don't get accidently sent to the Spam/Junk/Promotions folder. Alternately, you can also create a separate folder for your bookmarks.