[SOLVED] How to supply a url parameter to the app in an email and then do something with it?

I have an app, lets say a note taking app.
In appgyver, I have the response in a repeating list component.
And in my backend email system it basically sends the same list from the user’s database (firebase) through to their email.

Now I am trying to connect the two.
I want to be able to create a link/url in the emails that links and opens up my application to that specific repeating list item.

How do I do this?

Whenever I try to pass a page parameter to the app - it just gets truncated, and I can’t seem to access the url parameters from any page.

This is how I would like it to function:

Eg www.myappgyverapp.com?myNoteId=1234

Then on App loading - if myNoteId, save 1234 to ‘currentViewItemReference’
‘navigateTo View Page’ where it would look at the currentViewItemReference and retrieve the appropriate object.

Any ideas?

I’d try with

It enables deep linking so you can access any page in the app with the URL params you want.
Use it in the global canvas. The app will load it at launch (add condition if not empty) and direct user to that page with the param. Then use param to load list of to do’s.


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That worked - thanks all - had no idea this existed

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