Hi all --
We're using calendly on our home page to allow visitors to book a demo. I've been really impressed by the ease of implementation, and the ability to specify round-robin meetings to distribute demo requests amongst our salespeople.
We are having one issue however: we'd really like js callbacks or a regex or some method to block certain email hosts. Our minimum price is thousands of dollars, and we're getting a bunch of demo requests from random folks on @gmail.com or similar public email hosts domains. We'd really like to block personal email domains in order to (1) prequalify the prospect a bit, and (2) allow our salespeople to at least glance at the prospect's employer a bit before the call.
We would love any ability to trigger a js callback or some sort of email validation around the email field. We could put the js callback in our site which hosts the calendly embed (ideal) or straight into calendly.
Baring that, some sort of regex solution could be made to work.
To be honest, we evaluated competitors for the book-a-demo functionality and they were either a lot more complex to implement, a lot more expensive, or most often, both. So I'm really hopeful I can make this happen :)
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