There is a workaround I can think of out of my head. it is based on whether its a public with email, whitelist etc. You would have to just make the necessary adjustment for each.
If you are using deep links for marketing purposes in order to bring users to a specific location / information inside the app, then the workaround would be to build multiple app that has various landing pages based on different scenarios. After all I cant imagine you would have that many links that you would be forwarding.
You could build 4 apps.
App #1 Sign up form, and let that drop down to the signup info sheet. Use the url from this app to bring people to this landing page.
App #2 Survey Form, And let that go to the survey signup info sheet. Use the url from this app to ask users to conduct a survey
App #3 Payment Form, And let that go to the payment sheet containing invoices. Use the url from this app to accept payment.
All your apps could look the same and have the same color and icons and logo, easily by duplicating the first one.
Finally build a master app that has all the information combined the way you want so you can see all the information combined in only one app for your personal use.
Glide allows you to build an unlimited amount of apps, why not do just that instead of waiting 6 months you can just build as many apps as you need links. and for free.
The power of glide is the ability to link multiple apps to the same spreadsheet. Remember as long as all the data is coming in the same sheet you’ve succeeded.