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Possible to jump to or share specific page in InDesign Publish Online

Community Beginner ,
Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

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I've published my publication using InDesign Publish Online, but am wondering if it is possible to jump to a specific page or share a direct link to a specific page within the document so I can share client article with them directly instead of having them scroll/toggle through the entire magazine. Any way to do this? Or workarounds?

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Community Beginner , Oct 05, 2020 Oct 05, 2020

Yes, thank you. I did that several weeks ago.

 

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Guru ,
Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

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I want to say the URL may change numbers at the end based on the page, have you checked the url?

if not, export just that page, and link to that?

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

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Hey JonathanArias -

Unfortunately, the changing the url doesn't do anything and if you notice as you toggle from page to page in PublishOnline, the URL doesn't change with the page. And we don't want extract pages from the publication and share, we want the whole publication to be connected to so people can browse, but to direct link to the article we are publishing. Make sense? Thanks for the recommendation though.

 

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Guru ,
Sep 01, 2020 Sep 01, 2020

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How about you duplicate that page as pop up that first appears on to of the publication , person reads it, they can close that pop up, now they are in the publication cover, 

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Thanks but that does not solve our problem. We just need Adobe to create the option to have direct page URLs.

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Guru ,
Oct 05, 2020 Oct 05, 2020

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if you would like to make feature requests or address bugs you can do it here:

https://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

 

thanks

 

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Yes, thank you. I did that several weeks ago.

 

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May 12, 2022 May 12, 2022

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Found this on another help page & it worked for me.

You can direct link to a specific page in a Publish Online document by adding ?startpage=5 to the end of your document URL (this example would go to page 5.)

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May 12, 2022 May 12, 2022

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One note pertaining the startpage number for URL. If the Publish Online document is set to display spreads, then the startpage destination is the spread number, not the page number.

Position StartPage
1 1
2-3 2
4-5 3
6-7 4

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