Thanks for clarifying, Derek.
I have a Chrome Extension that also performs URL transformation in Gmail messages, when a user clicks “Send”. Currently, some users who have both of our extensions installed have a problem - the Sidekick transforms the link first, and then ours is unable to identify the previous links to be transformed for our own purposes (we add a few URL params).
I don’t believe there’s a way to control which of our extensions execute first, so I need to understand how your link wrapping works. My goal is to reverse engineer that, so that your redirection takes the user to the desired URL.
What would a link like the one above become, as a result of being wrapped by Sidekick?
A more official route would be to incorporate support into the Sidekick extension itself. While I am a Connect partner, I doubt that’s on your immediate roadmap