Calendly Element

Allow your customers to schedule meetings with you directly from your website

Karen Sahakyan avatar
Written by Karen Sahakyan
Updated over a week ago

Want to add Calendly to allow your customers to schedule directly from your website by embedding your Calendly page? Easy! Discover the new cool integration available on SpringBuilder through the Calendly Element. You'll find all the information needed in the following short Article. Let's get started to make sure that everything's made super easy for BetConstruct users, as always!

All you need to do is find the Calendly Element among the Elements on the Left Panel and drag and drop it to the desired area on your Page. 

How to install Calendly to your Site

  1. Sign up to Calendly and set up your calendar page. It could be something like

  2. Then, head to Event Types page to create a new event.

  3. Mind the availability options: Event Duration, Date Range, Event Time Zone, Availability etc.

4. Embed Widget by clicking ‘Event Types’ in the top menu. The gear icon for the event type you’ve opted for, will show a few options including ‘Embed’.

5. The embedded code can appear on your website either as an Inline, a Popup Widget or Popup Text.

6. Once you've created your event, just Copy the unique embed code and Paste it to the appropriate field on your SpringBuilder page.


Click the Embed Code button then go to the Preview Mode of your website to see it in action.

You can also Edit the widget, Change the Element Alignment and Remove it simply hitting the appropriate icon.

Cool, right? As you're reading this, our enthusiastic team is already working on implementing new elements and functionalities, so stay tuned!

So don't waste your time and make the most out of this element to find new ways to communicate with your audience!

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