I just installed the Disqus plug-in and was pleasantly surprised to find that for one “page” that I designed in Bubble, each dynamically-generated “version” of that page (I’m building a tournament app, so by version I mean Matchup A, Matchup B, Matchup C, etc., where the page is “matchup”) gets its own unique Disqus thread. This is perfect for me. However, I would like to understand exactly how the system works to enable this behavior, and any limitations/watchouts I should be aware of before I go all in on Bubble.
Is the “Type of Content” field of the page (e.g., “Matchup”) plus the Bubble-assigned uniqueID of whatever specific content is sent to that field by a preceding page (e.g., “Matchup A” | id=1444719588122x964794839015854700) being used to determine the URL that Disqus uses to filter/organize its comments? Tough to tell in free/evaluation mode but the URL looks to me to be //my-app/version-test/matchup?id=1444719588122x964794839015854700. I’m so used to Wordpress/permalinks that I can’t get my head around this. What if there’s another parameter passed to the page (e.g., &ref=cnn)? How does Disqus handle it? It wouldn’t start a new comment thread, right?
I guess there’s a more general question in there about how Bubble’s URLs are structured.
Thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to try to explain it or who can point me to the right section of Bubble’s documentation.