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### User Story
As a user, I want the app to unfurl URLs so that I can easily see what they refer to without needing to open the URL.
[comment]: # (Feature or Bug? i.e Type: Bug)
[comment]: # (Describe the feature you would like, or briefly summarise the bug and what you did, what you expected to happen, and what actually happens. Sections below)
_Summary_: If another user shares a URL with me ([maybe from a 3rd party app](http://#4605)), it would be great if I could see the summary of the content of the URL so I have a quick idea of what it's about.
#### Expected behavior
[comment]: # (Describe what you expected to happen.)
1. User receives URL
1. App recognizes URL and uses an unfurlingeloper-blog/everything-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-unfurling-but-were-afraid-to-ask-or-how-to-make-your-e64b4bb9254) library to generate an image (or HTML) content that represents the summary of the URL.
### Acceptance Criteria
* [ ] Links starting with `http://` or `https://` are unfurled on the receiving client side
* [ ] Performance is not noticeably negatively impacted by the new functionality
### Security implications
We have to think about the security implications if we do this on the client side (will it be acceptable to access a random URL which might leak metadata about us?)