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Short-form links to Q&A don't show up in the “Linked” question list in the sidebar

Links in comments (and maybe in answers) in the short form do not show up in the "Linked" questions list in the right sidebar: https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/nnn Links that use the full ...
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How do you find the link for an answer

I am trying to give a link to an answer generated by Daniel Lichtblau. However, looking at his page he has so many answers that I could not find it and there is no search box to help. I know the name ...
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“Links” on Privileges page should be actual HTML links

On the list of privileges, each item links to a detailed explanation of the capabilities included in that privilege. These items are not actual links, so I can't (for example) right-click and Open ...
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URL shorteners - yes or no?

The attitude on StackOverflow seems to be that URL shorteners shouldn’t be used. We’ve never discussed this for the Mathematica site specifically, but halirutan’s shortening of an admittedly ...
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How to link to an anchor on a webpage?

How can one reference an anchor in the (online) Documentation Center? I know how to embed a link for e.g. StreamPlot, but how can one link directly to the StreamStyle option under the Options section ...
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When Stack Overflow questions are migrated to Mathematica.SE, what will happen to the links?

What will happen with links to a question if that question is migrated from SO to Mathematica.SE? Will they break, or will they automatically be redirected? And does that depend on whether the URL ...
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When is it okay to answer by simply posting links to code/packages?

In a recent question there were many answers that just consisted of links to packages. The answers, while potentially useful to the OP, contained no discussion about how these packages could be used ...