Using General links

Each Booking page and Master page has its own unique Public link that can be shared with your prospects and Customers. The links that you share can either be general or personalized.

In this article, you'll learn about using General links.

Understanding General links

Using General links is the simplest way to share your pages. General links are standard links that you can share with Customers to allow them to schedule meetings with you. General links use the format "" combined with a Public link name that you provide. 

For example, a General link using the Public link name "Dana" would look like this:

Note  Booking pages only use HTTPS and automatically redirect to HTTPS if HTTP is manually typed by a User. However, if you use a custom domain for your Booking page link, HTTPS is not used.

General links can be sent by email, added to your email signature, or added to any other clickable element. When your Customer schedules a meeting using a General link, they will be required to identify themselves by filling in their personal details in the Booking form step.

NoteIf you want to prepopulate the Booking form with a Customer's details, or you want your Customer to skip the Booking form step altogether, you can also create a Personalized link. 

When you send a Customer a Personalized link, all they have to do to schedule a meeting is pick a time. Learn more about Personalized links

Accessing your link

You can access your booking links by clicking the Share icon in the top navigation bar (Figure 1).

Figure 1: Schedule button

You can also view the booking link for your Booking page or Master page in the page's Overview section (Figure 2).

Figure 2: General link on the Booking page Overview section

You can also change the link for your Booking page or Master page in the page's Overview section (Figure 1). Learn more about changing your Booking page or Master page link

TipYou can use the OnceHub for Gmail extension to schedule with general links directly from your Gmail account. You can generate links, copy them in a single click, and send them in an email. 

Learn more about OnceHub for Gmail

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