I couldn't find a reference to Google Chrome directly (and since most answers were given a few years ago) I was wondering what is the current limitation of URL length for the Google Chrome browser?
I believe it's stayed the same:
I could not find any limits on Chrome and Safari. Both are based on WebKit and it seems to have similar limits as Firefox has.
Firefox stops displaying after 64k characters, but can serve more than 100k characters.
you can read more about it in this article.
Generally speaking there is no "limit" to a URL's length, but this answer states that you should keep your URL's under 2048 chars regardless to make sure it works in every client and server.
The current limit in Chrome is 2MB. This issue is discussed here:
You'll find resources there such as a workaround when you need to overcome the issue for things such as displaying an image with a "toDataUrl" source.