This article explains more about the reasons why sometimes the links in your PDF may not work and what to do to fix them.
With Flipsnack, you can upload your PDF file and then edit it in our Design Studio. Any links included in the PDF file you’ve uploaded should automatically be imported into Flipsnack as well.
If you have some links that aren’t clickable in Flipsnack, it's most likely because they were not hyperlinked in your PDF. If you want to learn how to do that properly, here’s an article that will teach you how to hyperlink a PDF in 4 easy steps.
Another reason the links haven’t been imported could be the PDF flattening process.
Regardless of the reason, we’re giving you an easy solution to add links to your flipbook. Keep in mind that if you have to add a lot of hyperlinks manually, there’s a keyboard shortcut that you might find useful:
Draw link - Just press the key “L“ on your keyboard. Easy to remember because L is for links. Then simply select the area that you want to be hyperlinked, add a link, and choose the way you want your page to open("in a new tab" or "in the same tab") and that's it.
Still, if the links are functional in your PDF file, but they no longer work after the upload, please contact our support team to see if there are other possible solutions for the problem.