A quick tour of meetings

Last updated: October 30, 2017

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Marketing: N/A
Sales: Free, Starter

Book meetings without the hassle, right inside your CRM. Meetings, a feature of HubSpot Sales, helps make connecting with your prospects fast and easy. Meetings integrates with your Google or Outlook 365 calendar to give you a personalized page where your prospects and customers can see your availability and book a meeting, all without the usual email back and forth.

What are the features of the meetings tool?

The features of the meetings tool are listed below. Please note that some of these features apply to Sales Professional users only. 


Set your availability

Meetings gives you full control over who can book you, when, and for how long.

Integrate with Google Calendar & Office 365

Meetings integrates with Google Calendar and your Office 365 calendar. New meetings are automatically added as appointments to the calendar, and you’ll receive an email heads up.

Booking link

Share your link with anyone who you want to book a meeting with and let them choose from your available times. Share your link individually, or put it in your email signature to let anyone book you. HubSpot Sales Professional users can also personalize the name of their meetings link and create as many links as they'd like (Sales Free users are limited to one meetings link). 

Generate new contacts

When a meeting is booked by someone who isn't already in your contacts database, meetings will create a new contact for them via the meetings form. Sales Professional users can customize the questions on their meetings form.

Embed your meeting (Sales Professional only)

Each meeting you create will provide an embed code for you to place on your website. Embedded meetings helps sales reps connect with prospects in a faster, more efficient way by providing them with prime prospecting real estate right on your company’s website.

Team meetings (Sales Professional only)

Create a group availability meeting to include multiple members of your organization or a round robin availability meeting to allow your prospects to meet with the first member of your team that's available during the time that works best for them.

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