Deeplink (URI) to mobile applications

Deeplink (URI) to mobile applications

In order for a native app to be opened properly you need to add the proper deeplink, a so called URI. We share as much as possible. Share yours too in order for everybody to benefit. 

Microsoft mobile applications

  1. Teams: msteams://
  2. Word: ms-word://
  3. Excel: ms-excel://
  4. Outlook: ms-outlook://

Native apps

  1. Whatsapp: whatsapp://send?text=
  2. Twitter: twitter://app

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