You can embed a deep link in Leap's Instruction i.e. buttons, texts etc. Once clicked will take to the specified deep link page.
For ex. if you have a profile page and you want to add deep link capability to that, follow the example below:
<action android:name="android.intent.action.VIEW" />
<category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" />
<category android:name="android.intent.category.BROWSABLE" />
When configuring a Flow Menu (i.e. Walkthrough Checklist/Walkthrough Menu), for a particular menu item you can add a deep link. It is helpful when that menu item of the Flow Menu starts on a different page (not the same as the Flow Menu). With the help of deep-link, Leap SDK can navigate to the required page. Let's see how we can add the deep link with Checklist Flow Menu:
Suppose the menu item Create a follow-up task is configured on a different page (not the same as start-screen). To navigate to the required page, you can add the deep link for that by clicking on Create a follow-up task. Once you click you will see a DEEPLINK section on right. Add your configured deep-link URL there.
Example - Suppose the flow menu starts in Home Screen and Create a follow up task needs to start from Create Task Screen. To redirect from Home Screen to Create Task Screen, you can configure a deeplink app://task and add it to the Create a follow up task flow in Leap Dashboard.
You can navigate to a particular screen using Leap Elements with deeplink enabled in the button.
Example - Suppose, you want user to redirect to the offers page, you can configure a deeplink app://offer-page to redirect to Offers Page and add it to Avail Offer Now! button in Leap Dashboard.