Via Search | 1950 Census, I've found some ancestors in the newly released 1950 Census data. Yay! As usual, they are recorded in a Population Schedule P1 page.
As a good researcher, now I want to provide convenient links (URLs) to the source data from my notes. But when I click the "share" button just below the "Matched Name(s)", the link it provides specifies only the State, County, and Enumeration District. There are 45 pages for that ED, each with 30 lines of individuals, so that's not very helpful....
Is there another URL scheme that will lead to an unambiguous page at least, or ideally to a specific line on a page? If there is no way to link to the official census forms, does anyone else yet have all the pages up such that more specific URLs are possible? Or can we expect that in the future?
I note that there are instructions on downloading the data from Amazon S3 via the Amazon Command-Line-Interface (CLI) at 1950 Census Dataset on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Registry of Open Data | National Archives, but that is also quite inconvenient. I imagine that there are web interfaces that would work, but don't see any indicated.
Update: I've accepted shoover's very insightful answer for now, but I've also asked the question (with no response yet) of census experts at HistoryHub: How to get a URL linking directly to a specific... | History Hub, with no response yet. If either that, or the hopeful notes at jan-murphy's answer pan out, I'll try to keep up with the best answers.