If you want to send a web page to smartMobile phone, you will select your smartphone and its name will be displayed on the menu. After that, your phone will be notified and clicking on it will open the web page on your smartphone. Note that even if the default browser in your smartphone is set toMicrosoftEdge browser, the webpage will only open on the Chrome browser.
In related news, Google added a new banner to Chrome Canary earlier, allowing users to sync their clipboards across devices while using Google Chrome. In short, you'll be able to copy and paste it on one device, and of course you need to use Chrome on both devices. The ability to synchronize clipboards and send web pages from PCs to other devices seems to pose a threat to Microsoft-related businesses because Google is trying to do something exactly the opposite, which allows users to spend more time on the PC.
Google is rolling out this feature to users running Chrome Stable in phases.