Why are the links that were added to a stand-alone request not clickable?

Why are the links that were added to a stand-alone request not clickable?

Links that were added to a stand-alone request are not clickable because this would pose a security risk.
To minimise the risk of clicking on a phishing link, ApprovalMax does not support hyperlinks in stand-alone workflows.
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