Link users directly to a non "start" page

My app’s “start” page is a Login page. If a user already has authenticated, the page will detect the token and forward to the “main” page.

However I also have a Register page for new users. Right now the only way to get to it is to go to the Login page and click a “Sign Up” link which uses the “Open page” Navigation logic flow to send the user to the Register page.

I’m trying to figure out how I can link directly to that Register page externally. When I land on it, the link in the URL bar is the base site address plus “?route=page.Page5&tab=0”. If I create a link to this address, the user gets directed to the “start” page instead of this Register page.

Is there a good way to accomplish what I’m trying to do? Thank you!!

I tried to think about this, but I couldn’t unfortunately come up with any way to directly link to the page :confused: You could, however, hit us with a feature request for a feature that would enable doing something like this.

There’s an unreleased feature with this. Until we get it out you can write custom javascript to parse the URL for parameters you can put in your url.

Something like

const url = new URL(window.location.href); // '"sign_up"'
const method = url.searchParams.get("method");
if (method === "sign_up") {
 return ({ redirectSignup: true})
return ({ redirectSignup: false})

Not sure if it works but something to try out :thinking:

Can window.location be used to forward to an external link in a web app. I have discovered browsers treat the open url flow function as a popup and always block it. I have something such as clicks on ads I need to forward to a new external page without the risk of blockage.