I thought that I have responded to this awhile ago with a “thank you for the info,” but somehow I missed it!
In playing around with Goodtask today, I did a test today with the new version of Reeder (version 4) in which I saved an article via the Share Sheet by choosing “Goodtask.” It’s not available by default; it has to be switched out after choosing the three-dot edit option. When I go back to Goodtask and choose what was saved, I gestured over to the second second window that starts with “Due Date.” On the bottom, not only is the URL captured properly (previously, the URL was truncated to just the base URL, not the full path), but on the right there’s an info “icon,’ a circle with the “I” letter, that I tapped on, and that brought up the link in a browser window. I have also tested this in Safari, and confirmed that it also works there.
So it seems that to work in Goodtask, I don’t need to use the Reminders in the Share Sheet; rather, choose Goodtask there and it’ll work.
Again, you as the developer may already be aware of it, but just putting it out there for those like me who stumbled on this, as this is not documented in the Help. I rely on this feature heavily in Reminders and/or other to-do productivity apps, and I’m glad that it’s available in Goodtask.
Thank you; keep up the good work!