Ideas? Native App deep linking requires uploading a file to the root of HTTPS web server

I’m using bubble + to create an iOS app. I’d like to use deep linking so users can be taken to content directly within the app. This requires uploading a file to the root directory

After you create the apple-app-site-association file, upload it to the root of your HTTPS web server or to the .well-known subdirectory. The file needs to be accessible via HTTPS—without any redirects—at https:///apple-app-site-association or https:///.well-known/apple-app-site-association.

Any advice for how to have a visit to []/apple-app-site-association allow direct access to the json file? Looks like you can see an example of the desired behavior here

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+1 to this. This feature is really needed.

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+1 same, very much need the ability for users to share specific content within a mobile app

+1 needed

Has anyone completed this process before? Thanks

I very much would like to know this also!

Anyone figured this out and able to share how? REALLY need this for user experience etc :wink:

+1 please

yup, needed

I don’t know if this can work, but Bubble now allow to save file to Root.
Go in SEO/Metatags Tab in Setting and check at the bottom.

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Is this now working? Can we setup apple-app-site-association on the root and get them reconized by apple?