Wanted to use a link but realised that it has been taken or wondering who owns a particular shortlink within your organisation?
Directory allows you to search for the link owners through keyword search or you can also search the links owned by a particular user through their email or email domains if you want to find out how many links your organisation owns.
Keyword search is typically useful when you want to search for the owner of a particular link.
This can be anything from the full complete shortlink (https://go.gov.sg/your-link) to only the shortlink (your-link).
search by full shortlink
search by shortlink
This is useful when you want to know how many links is owned by a particular officer or even within your organisation.
You can either key in the email address of the officer ([email protected]) or the email domain (@agency.gov.sg) if you want to see how many links are owned by your agency.
The search result will contain details about the shortlink and who owns it.
You can copy the email address of the link owner by clicking on the email address.
We would recommend you to first email the public officer who is the original link owner to assist you with the transfer of link ownership to you.
In the event that he/she has left the organisation or is uncontactable, you can submit a request for a transfer of link ownership by clicking on the "Request ownership" button like below.
Please provide us with the necessary details to assist you through the form and our team will help with your request as soon as possible.