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Re: Can you send a custom designed Follow-Up email thru GoToWebinar?

Can you change the colors of the emails or anything to make them brand specific then?
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Re: Can you send a custom designed Follow-Up email thru GoToWebinar?

Hi Joseph,
For those who wish to completely customize or own the branding on GoToWebinar email communications, there are some options for web developers as well as third party providers that can work with your needs and our API information.

For more details on sending your own emails, one third party group that can help is Zapier (among others), and one example of what they can do can be found here:  https://zapier.com/apps/gotowebinar/integrations
Developers may sign up directly here:  https://goto-developer.logmeininc.com/gotowebinar-api-v2-overview



 

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Re: HTML Links in Follow Up emails?

So there is no way to get an actual preview of what the attendees will see?
If you've a link you want to provide, it's really important that the link is present in the email - even email clients that don't support html should show the url. Do we have to take it on trust that the pasted link will actually be present? There are so many things that could have gone wrong, I think it's important to be able to get a real preview of the email that will be sent, preferably by sending a preview to the organiser.
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Re: HTML Links in Follow Up emails?

ok, for others appearing here, scroll to the bottom, where you'll see another answer from Glen: only url's are supported (so you put something like "http://google.com" in the text) not actual links like this one.
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Re: HTML Links in Follow Up emails?

Hi Ian,
I would also suggest scheduling a test webinar so that you may register for it as an attendee and see what the full experience is like.  This should help ease your preview accuracy concerns.

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Re: HTML Links in Follow Up emails?

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled HTML disabled in the Post-webinar emails?.

Why can I not create links to my resources in the post-webinar attendees (or did not attend) emails?
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Re: HTML Links in Follow Up emails?

I also would really appreciate adding hyperlinks to these follow up emails. There are a number of resources (help articles, links to other webinars) that we'd like our attendees to have, however the look of an email that just lists out tons of actually long links it not a great experience. 
I'd love to see basic formatting and links like you can do with this comment box here. 
Thanks!
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Html links in follow up emails

New user here.  I am want to add an HTML link to the follow-up email.  Can this be done?

I see the discussion going back to 2014 on this issue.  Seriously hoping this is resolved by now. 

 

 

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Re: Co-organizer/panelist email notifications


@AshC wrote:

The only way to customize your own email communications is through a developer action using the GoTo APIs.


I read API docs but did not found anything related to emails customization. (I only found "emailHideSupportLinks" in GoTo Admin API -> Account, and GoTo Admin API -> Templates methods allow to work with your own templates only, but it's not clear how to use them in action.) What did you mean?

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Can you create a web link in the post webinar email

I want to have a link in the post webinar email. When I put in a url and preview the email the url is not clickable. Is there a way to create a link in the email?