Scheduler link parameters

Hello !

It would be really nice to have the possibility to choose the language of the scheduling pages, as well as to be able to fill in the customer's contact information in advance in the URL.

Like so :
https://xxxxx.pipedrive.com/scheduler/xxxxxxx/call-deal/?lang=fr&[email protected]&name=Dr Emett Brown&phone=+33606897542

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  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,387 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
    2500 Comments Third Anniversary 25 Likes First Answer
    edited January 2021 #2

    Hi @Bertrand Villien thanks for sharing your suggestion. I've passed it on to our team!

  • Tim Jones_23598
    Tim Jones_23598 Posts: 10
    10 Comments Photogenic First Anniversary
    edited January 2021 #3

    Hello

    Yes it would be great to have that page branded as my company also as well as being able to edit it!

    Tim

  • Phil Eisberg
    Phil Eisberg Posts: 1
    edited May 11 #4

    that feature would be very welcome for us too. Consider our current Customer Journey:
    - User fills out a form with his data
    - A Lead / Deal is created in Pipedrive
    - An automatic E-Mail is send out to the client, asking him to book an appointment using a scheduler link
    - The Client has to fill in his Name / E-Mail … again.

    Its a weird customer experience and error prone.

    Passing data using query parameters could be a pure front-end solution while passing a dealid to the link would require a round-trip to the backend, and might have some privacy issues.
     

  • Akhil_Supermeet.ai
    Akhil_Supermeet.ai Posts: 57
    10 Comments Name Dropper Photogenic
    edited May 11 #5

    that feature would be very welcome for us too. Consider our current Customer Journey:
    - User fills out a form with his data
    - A Lead / Deal is created in Pipedrive
    - An automatic E-Mail is send out to the client, asking him to book an appointment using a scheduler link
    - The Client has to fill in his Name / E-Mail … again.

    Its a weird customer experience and error prone.

    Passing data using query parameters could be a pure front-end solution while passing a dealid to the link would require a round-trip to the backend, and might have some privacy issues.
     

    This is a good suggestion. I would love to see this happening in PD