Hello @oilersfan ,
Hello @oilersfan ,
Whatever works best for your purposes. The point of links is to get recipients to open them, so perhaps a big, bold button would be best?
The problem I am getting is that the zoom invite link is not being accepted as a web page or a landing page as there is no ".com". Please advise on a workable solution for buttons.
You may need to find a different link used for a Zoom meeting if it is not in a normal link format. Try inserting it into a button and if you see an error you will want to contact Zoom for a different link. Thanks!
Hi! Did you ever figure this out? I'm experiencing the issue, and can't figure out how to insert a zoom meeting link in constant contact. Any suggestions?
Hi @ProjectECHO. While there isn't a direct integration, Will provided some suggestions earlier on how to insert the link in a campaign, such as a button, image, or link.
Hi, I actually don't believe Will knows what he's talking about. I tried to add in a hyperlink for the Zoom meeting to a button, in addition to highlighting text and inserting a link, and CC limits the options to a website, an email, a phone number... a unique web address such as that of Zoom is not given. allows an integration with Zoom Webinars, but we don't want a Webinar, just the option to register for an informational Zoom meeting. allows this, so I'm sure it can be done.
Hello @ProjectECHO ,
You'd be selecting the webpage option for link insertion, as that's the only one that makes sense for adding an outside URL to your email to make it clickable and redirectable. The Zoom links work with our tracking rewrite of the URLs, which we just re-tested to re-confirm. We also reconfirmed they work for new meeting and scheduled meeting links, and that they work for text, image, and button links.
If you're still having issues with your Zoom URL after inserting as a webpage link, then I'd advise reaching out to Zoom's support regarding the meeting's URL.
I've been having the same problem and can't get any help. The UX shouldn't be this challenging. There has to be someone who knows how to do this!
Did you contact Zoom's support to make sure the link you're insert as a webpage is the correct one for your meeting? It's the same as inserting any other regular website URL for a text, button, or image link.
Hello @MAAS ,
You can add zoom links for meetings, scheduled or already live, to buttons in emails. Make sure you're selecting the web page option for adding links, and make sure you're explicitly using the URL Zoom has provided for sharing. If you continue to have issues, we'd advise reaching out to Zoom support to make sure you have the correct URL to be sharing for your meeting.
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