Add parameters to meetings link

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Hi,

I'm loading a meeting link inside a WebView in my mobile applications as a step of registration process.

Since the app knows user's email and names, is it possible to pass them to the meeting link as url params and be prepopulated on first load?

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Hi @futurist-labs,

 

I've done some testing with this in the past and providing you include the appropriate parameters the meeting form will prepopulate accordingly. For instance check this link out and notice how the values are pre-populated.

 

Let me know if you've any questions.

 

Best,

Jack

Jack Coldrick
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Hi @futurist-labs,

 

I've done some testing with this in the past and providing you include the appropriate parameters the meeting form will prepopulate accordingly. For instance check this link out and notice how the values are pre-populated.

 

Let me know if you've any questions.

 

Best,

Jack

Jack Coldrick
Solutions Engineer @ HubSpot
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Perfect , thanks

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Hi Jack,

Your link works, when I tried with my test link though it doesn't

On my side I had to remove the param embed=true&

https://meetings.hubspot.com/test_link?email=futuristlabs@hubspotapi.com&firstname=Futurist&lastname...

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Any param that can be used to pre-fill meeting duration?

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Hi @alamo,

 

No there is not. From a usability standpoint the reason for this is that the duration is dependent on your own calendars availability and the idea is that the individual can choose a time. If we were able to pre-fill then this could cause complications whereby you might get double booked etc.

 

From a technical perspective the duration screen doesn't use input fields but rather button elements which cannot be prefilled. It has to be interacted with via a click from a user. This is not a HubSpot limitation but how the HTML button element is designed to work.

 

From Moz:

 

"The HTML <button> element represents a clickable button, used to submit forms or anywhere in a document for accessible, standard button functionality."

 

Regards,

Jack

Jack Coldrick
Solutions Engineer @ HubSpot
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