With deeplinking, you can provide a link to a specific page within your mobile app. For example,
you may send congregants an email with a link to an important announcement that has been made
available in the app. If a recipient opens the email on a mobile device, clicking the link will
open the mobile app directly to the announcement.
How to Use Your Own Domain for Deeplinking
If you want to use your own domain for these, you will need to create a CNAME entry in your domain’s DNS
settings, associating your desired domain name with the actual domain used. For example, if you want to use
app.yourchurch.org, create the CNAME record with app.yourchurch.org as the alias and yourchurch.app.tpsdb.co
as the destination (again, where “yourchurch” is replaced with the domain for your database). Then you will
need to notify Support of the domain name you are using since it will require an update to your app for a
Some of these deeplinks, when clicked on a desktop/laptop will take the user to the corresponding page in
the web application. Below are the links that will work in this way, along with the URL to the matching web
The following deeplinks will not redirect to a corresponding web page. Instead the user is brought to an
App Store Promo page with button links for getting the app from the Google Play Store or from the Apple
App Store. If you would like to customize this page (perhaps with additional explanation or instructions),
create a Special Content HTML file named AppStorePromoPage. We recommend you start with the HTML code of
the default page and modify it with your changes. Generic code for the page is provided below, but you may
find it more convenient to copy the page source from the actual web page so you have the URL for your app icon.
When any deeplink is clicked on a mobile device but the user does not have the app installed, the user
is brought directly into the app store with the app selected so they can download it.