Still don’t get it. what I need is make possible to have a easy to remember and share link, don’t matter if it’s a mask or redirect. Example I want people to visit a specific page typing “www.yogaorsurf.com/ Daniel” or “www.yogaorsurf.com/ username”.
You can’t just assign any url you want to a screen. Glide has a specific url structure that includes the tab code, screen codes, and row ID’s, which are used to help it navigate between screens and provide an actual location for that content. What Glide has done recently is make that url structure much more predictable compared to how glide used to build out the deep link urls in the past.
What’s being mentioned above is how to predict what a url will be for a screen since it’s now easier for us to understand, and build it using a template column. This in no way has anything to do with assigning your own urls to a specific row. It’s all about figuring out what the url is that Glide will assign.
If you want a custom url, then what you first need to do is obtain this deep link url. That’s the part that I think @Robert_Petitto is talking about for his video. Once you have the deep link url, then you need some sort of third party url shortening service that can take information from that row, such as a name, along with the deep link, pass it to that third party service, and return a short url. It’s not something you can do entirely within glide. It requires an outside service to accomplish.
I have shareable profiles on my app with branded links using short.io. You can either:
Create them manually for your users as they sign up, by copying the deep link of their profile, plugging it into short.io to create a branded link, and then pasting it back into Glide (more footwork for you but it’s doable) OR
You can have the process automated by using Make.com and either set up the automation yourself or outsource it to a Glide affiliate team.