Customize UI with custom buttons

Tzvika Ziv
Tzvika Ziv Posts: 3

I'm a long time user of pipedrive, including heavy customization through API and webhooks.

One feature that I'd love to have is creating custom buttons to organization, person and deal UI. Clicking such button will call external URL, run automation, send mail etc.

 

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  • David Lorbiecke_3
    David Lorbiecke_3 Ex-Pipedrivers Posts: 250
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    edited April 29 #2

    Hi @Tzvika Ziv 

     

    At the moment we do allow for some customization via App Panels and App Actions (through a built integration). 
    Alternatively, you could also build a Chrome extension that could alter the UI to a degree

  • Tzvika Ziv
    Tzvika Ziv Posts: 3
    edited April 16 #3

    Hey David,

    Thanks for the solutions, but they are too complicated. It's like killing a fly with a cannon .

    I'm talking about something much simpler. Like a custom field of type "button", which has a property "url". When you press the button, the url is called. Dead simple, but so, so useful.

    From one dev guy to another, this shouldn't take more than couple of hours to develop :)

  • Marc Logemann
    Marc Logemann Posts: 3
    edited April 16 #4

    Hey David,

    Thanks for the solutions, but they are too complicated. It's like killing a fly with a cannon .

    I'm talking about something much simpler. Like a custom field of type "button", which has a property "url". When you press the button, the url is called. Dead simple, but so, so useful.

    From one dev guy to another, this shouldn't take more than couple of hours to develop :)

    was this ever taken seriously as a feature request? 

  • Tzvika Ziv
    Tzvika Ziv Posts: 3
    edited April 16 #5

    Hey David,

    Thanks for the solutions, but they are too complicated. It's like killing a fly with a cannon .

    I'm talking about something much simpler. Like a custom field of type "button", which has a property "url". When you press the button, the url is called. Dead simple, but so, so useful.

    From one dev guy to another, this shouldn't take more than couple of hours to develop :)

    Unfortunately no, as many other features I suggested here and via email