Links populate a direct URL to take an action without having to provide any extra information. It's a quick access to an action that redirects a user or guest to a specific part of the application. 

The most common use case for using links inside email templates is when you want a guest to add the meeting to their Google or Outlook calendar with just one click. Another one is when you want a guest to reschedule a meeting via a single link.

Here is how a link looks like inside an email notification template:

{{ link_guest_reschedule(general.hostname, meeting.guest.accessKey) }}

Note: the link is case sensitive hence the double curly braces {{ }} 

24sessions provides you with 10 dynamic links to choose from. 

Below you will find a description of each link:

Links for the user:

  • {{ link_user_meeting_room(general.hostname, meeting.id) }} --> redirect user to the meeting room
  • {{ link_user_reschedule(general.hostname, meeting.id) }} --> redirect user to reschedule a meeting
  • {{ link_user_cancel(general.hostname, meeting.id) } --> redirect user to cancel the meeting (also by providing with a reason why)
  • {{ link_user_download_ics(general.hostname, meeting.id) }} --> redirect user to quickly download the information of the scheduled meeting as an .ICS file  
  • {{link_user_add_to_google_calendar(general.hostname, meeting.id) }} --> redirect user to add the scheduled meeting to his calendar

Links for the guest:

  • {{ link_guest_meeting_room(general.hostname, meeting.guest.accessKey) }} --> redirect guest to the meeting room
  • {{ link_guest_reschedule(general.hostname, meeting.guest.accessKey) }} --> redirect guest to reschedule a meeting
  • {{ link_guest_cancel(general.hostname, meeting.guest.accessKey) }} --> redirect user to cancel the meeting (also by providing with a reason why)
  • {{ link_guest_download_ics(general.hostname, meeting.guest.accessKey) }} --> redirect guests to quickly download the information of the scheduled meeting as an .ICS file 
  • {{link_guest_add_to_google_calendar(general.hostname, meeting.guest.accessKey) }} --> redirect guest to add the scheduled meeting to his calendar

💡Pro-tip: Include a quick access meeting link  - no enter code needed - for your guest with the use of variables

Just copy and paste the following code into your notification template 😉

{{ general.hostname }}/join/{{ meeting.guest.accessKey }}

Things to remember:

  • Links are case sensitive.
  • To include links in the template always use {{ double curly braces }}.
  • Wrong links will raise an error when editing the notification template.
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