You can use Appointlet on your Leadpages landing pages to allow leads to schedule their own appointments, demos and consultation calls.

In other words, striking when the iron is hot! Saving you time, shortening your sales cycle and allowing you to close more sales.

Example landing pages:

  • Redirection after lead fills out form Demo 1
  • Embedded Appointlet booking page Demo 2

I. Appointlet Setup


This section will give you basic instructions for setting up your Appointlet account. Checkout our Getting Started guides for more detailed instructions.

  1. Signup for an Appointlet account
  2. Create your organization/project
  3. Setup your Meeting Types (appointment types) in Appointlet
  1. Setup your Members in Appointlet, link them to a Google or Office 365 Calendar and set their Available Hours (Note that if you have multiple staff providing the same Meeting Type, you can turn on the "Pooled Availability" feature on the Meeting Type level to pool the availability of all staff and randomize the choice of the member chosen)

Now that you've setup your Meeting Types and Members, you're ready to accept bookings!

II. Integrating Appointlet with Leadpages

Method 1: Redirect Leadpages leads to Appointlet

With this method, you would be first taking lead information on your Leadpages Landing page and redirecting them to Appointlet for booking. This works with regular Leadpages forms as well as the Leadbox®.

To set it up, you need to click on your form to customize it and go to the “Follow-up” section of the form customization view. From there, choose to “Send user to another URL” when the user submits the form. Simply set your booking page link to be that URL.

So now, after a lead fills out your form, he will be redirected to your scheduling page to book himself directly into your calendar.

Note: You can grab your booking page link by clicking on the "Share" button on the top left or by taking a "Member Type" specific URL by going to that Member Type page on Appointlet and clicking on "Copy Booking URL" on the right.

Method 2: Embed Appointlet on your Leadpages page

You can offer direct scheduling of sales calls, consultations and meetings to your Leadpage visitors without them leaving your landing page.

The biggest difference with the first integration is that the lead will enter their information in Appointlet and not in a Leadpages form.

What you need to do is Login to Appointlet and click on "Share" on the top left. Find the "Embed on Website" section and choose your button color, then click "I need the Html code" and copy the code snippet.

Now we're going to switch over to the Leadpages Page Builder. On the left side of your screen there will be a toolbar that has a Widgets section you’ll need to click on.

Choose the HTML widget. You'll want to click and drag it to a place on the page where you want the button to appear. Once the "HTML Code" is placed on the page, click "HTML". Paste the "Website" code snippet into the box, then click "Save".

You're done!


III. "Thank You" page Redirect

If you're looking to redirect your leads to a "Thank You" page after booking, Appointlet's got you covered. Click on the "Settings" link on the top left of the Dashboard, under the "Redirect" tab, and put it in your "Thank You" page URL.

Note: You can also append variables to your redirect URL and use these variables as dynamic text on your "Thank You" page.

IV. Zapier Integration

You can use our Zapier integration to connect Appointlet with the other tools you use to automate the rest of your administration tasks such as sending out SMS reminders, updating your CRM, sending your bookings to Google Sheets, and much more…



Note: Webhooks are available for power users.

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