Manage Deep Links

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1 Introduction

To go directly to the desired element of your app in the Developer Portal, you can use deep links.

This how-to will teach you how to do the following:

  • Find the App ID, Story ID, and Feedback Item Number for your app
  • Create deep links for your app, story, and feedback item

2 Getting the AppID, storyID & feedbackItemNr

To create a deep link, you need the app ID, story ID, or feedback item number or the desired element in the Developer Portal:

  • For the app ID, select Collaborate > General Settings – you will find the ID at the bottom of the page:

  • For the story ID, select Collaborate > Stories – then click the story title to show the details, the ID is below the story title:

  • For the feedback item number, select Collaborate > Feedback – the number is next to the feedback item title:

If you want to provide links directly to a specific element in your app in the Developer Portal, follow these steps:

  1. Paste the URL to the Developer in your browser’s address bar (as in, or
  2. Paste the desired App ID, Environment ID, Story ID, or Feedback Item Number after the final slash.

The following deep links can be used:

  • Specific app:<appID>
  • App settings:<appID>
  • App Buzz:<appID>
  • App team:<appID>
  • Stories overview for app:<appID>
  • Specific story ID:<storyID>
  • Feedback for app:<appID>
  • Specific feedback item:<feedbackItemNr>
  • Sprint planning for an app:<appID>
  • Sprint status of an app:<appID>
  • App specific API keys:<appID>
  • App user management:<appID>
  • Environments for app:<appID>
  • Metrics for app:<appID>
  • Alerts for app:<appID>
  • Alerts for environment:<appID>/<envID>
  • Logs for app:<appID>

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