Add Copy Cite as URL
It would be nice if the default cite in copies gave us the option of copying a url to the resource, rather than just a bibtex, chicago, turabian, or other citation. This would make it easier to find your way back to a resource during the research phase.
Logos 7.3 adds a hyperlink (back to Logos) to the title (in the citation) when copying text from a resource. This is controlled by the “Hyperlink Copied Citations” program setting.
Linking through the title of the resource does not provide the functionality I asked for here... The way this is implemented is largely useless.
This should not be marked as completed -- as it's not implemented as suggested. Instead, the way Logos implemented it, there is no way to use the feature unless you're using Logo's citations "as is," which both isn't useful in any sort of research phase, nor is it useful in actually writing a paper (most of Logos' references are incorrect, and hence must be fixed manually, or you must rebuild references through some other process).
This is not completed in any sense of the word.
Provides more information on this idea, including an example of how it can be used.