Published URL
Share an external link for users to view their published assets.
When a publish extension uploads a user's design to the destination platform, the /publish/resources/upload endpoint can provide a url:
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{
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"type": "SUCCESS",
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"url": "https://example.com"
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}
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This URL is shown in the dialog that appears after the design is published.
For an app to be approved for release via the Apps Directory, it must provide a URL that satisfies the UX guidelines.
You can configure a publish extension to display the URL of the published design with the anchor text "View in [App name]" instead of the complete URL.
To do this:
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    Navigate to an app via the Developer Portal.
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    From the Extensions page, expand the Publish pane.
  3. 3.
    Enable Generate external link.

UX guidelines

At a minimum, the URL a publish extension provides must allow the user to view their published design in the context of the destination platform. For example, if a user publishes a design to Twitter, they should see a link to their tweet.
If the destination platform expects further action, the URL should take the user to where they can complete that action. For example, a website creation tool may provide the URL of a page that allows the user to choose where to place their published design.
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