Hi, I am trying to create a deep link in my hubspot emails to my app via a dynamically generated link. The issue that I'm running into is that the generated link is something like email.mydomain.com/<a whole bunch of generated characters>, which then redirects to app.mydomain.com/token/<token value>.
This works fine in the browser, but for deep linking into my app the email.mydomain.com link is useless, as the generated characters are not something that my app can parse. Is there a way I can get the URL to deep link to the redirected app.mydomain.com url?
And if that isn't possible, is there a way to have the generated link in the email go directly to the app.mydomain.com url, instead of redirecting through the hubspot middleware at email.mydomain.com?
Hi @himanshurauthan , I've looked at that discussion and that's not quite what I'm looking for. We were able to set the apple-app-site-association on the hubspot domain and have that link open the app, but my issue is that I need to be able to access the redirected URL inside the app. The emails generate an email.mydomain.com/<bunch of characters> URL which in the browser redirects to app.mydomain.com/token/<token value>. The app won't redirect the URL the way a browser does.
Is there a way to have Hubspot send emails that contain direct links to my website, without the redirect URL?