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What's the proper verb to use when you want to ask somebody to open (or load up) a certain link on their browser?

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I think you can try:

  • リンクを開{ひら}く

  • リンクを開{あ}ける

  • リンクをたどる (follow the link)

  • リンクをクリックする (click the link)

  • サイトを訪れる (visit a site)

Of course don't forget to conjugate them into the required requesting/commanding forms.

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Just ~を見てください is possible, I think.

Also, some slightly politer forms that you might see around:

~をご覧{らん}ください (please see)

~をご参考{さんこう}ください (please refer to)

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