By Cassandra @ Setmore
Writer, editor and scheduling product expert at Setmore Appointments.
It is a good idea to add a “Book an appointment” button in your Gmail signature and share your booking page link each time you send an email. This can entice your clients or customers to book more appointments with you from your SetMore appointment booking page, rather than calling your business number and book appointments over phone.
Here is how you can add SetMore’s “Book an appointment” button in your Gmail signature:
1. Login to your Gmail account and go to “Settings”.
2. Scroll down to your “Signature Settings” and turn on signature.
3. Click on “Image” icon.
4. In the “Image URL” field, paste the following URL:
The “Book Appointment” button will appear. Click “Ok” to finish this step.
5. Login to your SetMore account, go to “Settings” and click “Booking page” on the left sidebar. Select the “Booking Page URL” and copy it.
6. Go back to your Gmail signature window. Click on the “Link” icon
7. Enter your booking page URL and click “Ok”.
8. Click on “Save Changes” and it is done.
The next time you send an email to your customers or clients, they will see a “Book an appointment” button in your Gmail signature.
Hi, I am Jessie from SetMore.
I am going to show you how to embed your book appointment button in your Gmail signature.
To start, make sure you have both your Gmail account open and your SetMore account in a separate window.
Start on your gmail account and go to your settings, scroll down to your signature settings and make sure that your signature is turned on.
Next step, go to your SetMore account. What we need to do first is make sure that we have the image that we need for our booking button. So, click on click here for the code “I’ll embed the code myself” and scroll down to the dot PNG file that you find here. And don’t worry, that file is also in the video description.
So copy and go back to your Gmail signature. Click on the image icon and paste the image URL into the corresponding field. Now we have our button and first step is done. The next step is to copy our url, and once we have done that, go back to Gmail.
The last step is the hardest to explain. Select the button as if it were text so drag across it and and then click on the link icon and paste in booking page URL. And finally, save your Gmail settings. I am going to compose a sample message to make sure it worked. So there is my book appointment button in my email signature. And once we send it, it will immediately show up in my Inbox and if we click on the book appointment button it takes me to my booking page. Excellent!