Deep Linking allows you to link directly to a Mission or Activity in mLevel. This means you can send learners a link and when they open that link, it will open either a Mission or Activity in the web player or mobile app, or mLevel web (depending on which type of link you use).
To use Deep Linking:
- Login to Mission Manager (missions.mlevel.com).
- Select a Mission.
- In the Mission Details tab, click Deep Linking.
- Copy the URL you want to link to (Mission/Activity and Web/Mobile). Do not use this link yet. Additional formatting is necessary - the generic url will not work.
To create a link to the new mLevel Web environment, you’ll need to fill in this template:
Mission Link Format Template: https://mlevelweb.com/m/insert mission id here
Activity Link Format Template: https://mlevelweb.com/a/insert activity id here
The tenant, mission, and activity ID can all be found in the play.mlevel link found in the Advanced configurations tab, after “tenantid=”, “missionid=”, and "activityid=" respectively. Do not include the ampersand (&) when copying the tenant id. Also, do not include the word/symbol "tenantid=" or "missionid=".
Single Sign On (SSO)
If your customer has set up SSO with mLevel, you can include a code in your deep link that will allow a customer to skip the login page if they are already signed in to their SSO account. You’ll simply need to add your company url used for SSO after the “.com” in the url, like this:
for mLevel web links, it will look like this: https://mlevelweb.com/mlevel.com/m/363f9fbb-c213-e711-80da-000d3a00c35d
If you do not know your company login page, you can reach out to your customer success manager to ask, or look at the url when you go to http://mlevelweb.com and are redirected after entering your email.
Using the Link
Once you’ve created a link, it will work as long as your mission is published and available to a user who has access to the platform and that mission. If a user is not in a group assigned to that mission, the link will not work.