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After you create a scheduling page, you can share it with your contacts using a meeting link. The meeting link will allow the contact to access your scheduling page so they can book time with you. If you connected your calendar, booked meetings will sync with your connected Gmail or Office 365 calendar so your appointments will always be up-to-date.
If a calendar is not connected, the scheduling page will be in offline mode, so meetings can be requested but will not be automatically added to the calendar.
To insert suggested times directly into an email instead of sharing a link, learn more about sending proposed meeting times in a one-to-one email.
You can share a scheduling page for yourself or another user using a meeting link. You can share the meeting link directly with the contact in an email or live chat message, or add it to a CTA on your website.
To view another user's scheduling page, click the Owner dropdown menu and select another user.
Depending on your HubSpot subscription, you can also embed the scheduling widget on your HubSpot pages or your external pages.
If you want to track clicks on your meeting link, learn how to add tracking parameters before you share it. When a contact books a meeting using a meeting link with tracking parameters, the parameter values will populate the contact's Campaign of last booking in meetings tool, Source of last booking in meetings tool, and Medium of last booking in meetings tool properties.
Please note: if a new contact or an existing contact that does not already have a contact owner assigned books a meeting, the meeting organizer will be set as the contact's owner.
When a contact clicks your meetings link, a scheduling page will open in another browser tab. They can then select a date, time, and length of time if you've set multiple meeting duration options. After selecting a time, they can enter their contact information and answer any custom questions you've added.
If you're using the payments tool and have added a payment link to your scheduling page, the price will be listed above the available time slots. After selecting a time and entering their contact information, the contact will be asked to enter their payment information on a checkout page.
Depending on your scheduling page settings, the following may occur when a contact books a meeting:
When a meeting is booked, you'll get an email alert with the booking time and the contact's name. You can click to view the contact in the CRM or view the calendar event in your connected default personal calendar. The contact will also receive a confirmation notification and calendar invitation with all of the meeting details. If you collected a payment, a confirmation message will appear letting the contact know that their payment was submitted and the meeting was scheduled. Learn more about what happens after a payment is collected in HubSpot.
Contacts can cancel or reschedule the meeting from the invite or notification by clicking Reschedule or Cancel. If you don't want to include the cancel or reschedule links in the event description, learn how to turn them off in the scheduling page's overview settings.
When the meeting is cancelled, the calendar event and timeline event will be deleted and the HubSpot user will be notified of the cancellation. If they reschedule, the HubSpot user will be notified and the meeting engagement will be automatically updated with the new date and time.
If you're using the HubSpot mobile app, your upcoming meetings will also appear on the Today tab.
After the meeting takes place, you can assign a meeting outcome to better track your meeting engagements with your contacts.
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