There are four ways you can create a Dynamic Link:
- Using the Firebase console. This is useful if you're creating one-off links to share on social media.
- Using the iOS Builder API. This is the preferred way to dynamically create links in your iOS app for user-to-user sharing or in any situation that requires many links. You can track the performance of Dynamic Links created with the Builder API in the Firebase console.
- Using the REST API. This is the preferred way to dynamically create links on platforms that don't have a Builder API. You can track the performance of Dynamic Links created with the REST API in the Firebase console.
- Manually. If you don't need to track click data in the Firebase console and you don't care if the links are long, you can manually construct Dynamic Links using URL parameters, and by doing so, avoid an extra network round trip.
After you create Dynamic Links, you need to set up your app to receive Dynamic Links and send users to the right place in your app after a user opens them.