Deep Linking

Using Intercom you can embed a deep link in your in-app messages or as the URI for your push messages.

Setting up a Deep Link in your App

You will need to set up a deep link in your apps info.plist. iOS supports schemes like app://page. Below is an example to that will respond to app://

You will then need to implement, application:openurl:sourceApplication:annotation: in your app delegate. This is where you can respond to specific schemes. In this case we will push the SettingsViewController for the scheme app://settings

- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)app openURL:(NSURL *)url options:(NSDictionary<UIApplicationOpenURLOptionsKey,id> *)options {
    if([[url scheme] isEqualToString:@"app"]){
        if([[url host] isEqualToString:@"settings"]){
            [self.mainController pushViewController:[[SettingsViewController alloc] init] animated:YES];
        return YES;
func application(_ app: UIApplication, open url: URL, options: [UIApplication.OpenURLOptionsKey : Any] = [:]) -> Bool {
    if (url.scheme == "app") {
        if ( == "settings") {
            mainController.pushViewController(SettingsViewController(), animated: true)
        return true

Linking to other apps

Linking to other apps is not supported with the iOS messenger. Your deep links must be for a scheme belonging to your app.

Linking to your app

Once you have set up your app to respond to a URI, you can send a push message with that as the URI. Tapping the push message will open your app to the specified page.

You can also add a link to your in-app messages and replies as follows:

Deep Linking

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