It would be great to be able to change the default meeting reminder email or meeting booked email when creating a scheduling page. The minor customization allowed in the form of additional unformtted text is not enough. It would also be great to be able to make changes to the confirmation email that is sent when a meeting is scheduled.
The current text of the meeting reminder email is:
It would be great to have the ability to customize the meeting email that gets sent to contacts upon booking a meeting. For example, right now, it says "New Meeting Booked with [user name]". Having the ability to change this to "Call with [user name]" would be helpful to prevent confusion for the receipient between calls and meetings.
Please incorporate the ability to customize the design of the meeting confirmation email. Right now, it's Hubspot branded (colors, font) and gives the client a very different experience from booking based on the company's branded meeting calendar pages. Also, the email is sent via Hubspot as opposed to being sent via our company's email domain where all the marketing or transactional emails are sent from. These meeting confirmation emails should be sent from one of those custom emails if they are set up.
I completely agree. Personalization is an important part of communication with clients and potential clients. Please create some personalization options for these meeting reminders.
In agreement! I would love for there to be a way to schedule our own meeting reminders within workflows - both for the sales rep and also for the prospect. This would allow us to determine how many reminders we want to send, the timing, the content, and the layout. While my company doesn't necessarily NOT jive with the orange, it definitely does not work for some of my clients.
I created a Round Robin meeting for my sales team's demos, which is great because we can link to it right from our homepage as a CTA to generate leads. What isn't great is the lack of automation for Meetings.
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100% second the motion here. Why is this not already a feature? It pretty much makes the Round Robin setting useless....
I agree. At the very least, allow for removing these automated emails all together, so we can use a workflow to send another email that's on brand.
I totally agree!!!
Please, please, please revamp the non-ability to edit the invite emails. It would be much easier if it was just a template that we choose and send it. We are a college and I need to add more information of what they need to bring. Also, we complete phone interviews as well. I did see much more on this issue in other posts. This string only has a couple of people. Seems it is an issue throughout.
Agree strongly! Great resource with limited ability to tailor!
yes please! this is an important opportunity to help set up meetings with the right expectations!
I agree too! Would be great to be able to customize as plain text or HTML.
Same. Our sales team asked for this today.
This is not a great user experience...
The feature for meeting confirmations and then meeting reminders is a hubspot feature that was only 2/3rds of the way built.
1) It would be great to have a normal WYSIWYG editor to be able to personalize the reminder as well as add URL's for sales decks and other content for the customer to review.
2) Currently you can add a link using A href into the description and the link works 100% perfect in the email confirmation as well as in the Google event description. However it fails 100% for the meeting reminder. It renders the "click here" but the url does not work.
Its a horrible user experience when the end user can click the link in only 2/3rds of the feature. If this is the case, it makes the "check here to add meeting description to reminder email" functionality only half baked....
I hope HubSpot actually reads these threads.....
Agreed. The ability to send a custom branded confirmation email with the meeting times highlighted is needed.
Would also love to have personalized meeting reminder emails!
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