Ability to CC/BCC another person to the appointment confirmation email




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    Hannah McIntosh

    Hi Nick -

    Thank you for submitting this idea! While I don’t have a target date on when we will offer cc/bcc on notifications, I can say that we are actively researching this option.

    In the meantime, I will share your suggestions with the team to discuss further.


    Hannah at Calendly

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    Karen Rice

    I agree this would be helpful.  Thought I'd reply in case that supports moving this up on the dev list.

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    Zachary Richheimer

    Same here. We would find this helpful as well.

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    Nick Phibbs

    FYI Karen and Zachary  - I have a call with the UX/UI team about this in a few days... any general thoughts you might have let me know.



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    Charlie Wang

    Also would be useful for our time to also automatically invite another person to the event created. 

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    Marius Tendick

    Hi, yes also for me it would be a really helpful feature.

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    Tisha Klemetz

    I was just looking to see if I could add an extra email to the confirmation... Please add this feature soon!

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    Tisha Klemetz

    In the meantime I think I can do a filter in Gmail with auto forwarding to another account.

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    Sinead Hewson

    I agree too


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    Hillary Quirk

    The ability to cc someone would be really helpful. Without this our team has to manually do so, which is hard to scale. Might as well schedule these manually from the start in that case.

    Use case:
    An account manager wants to make sure their client is scheduling necessary meetings with other team members (ex: meeting with legal, compliance, etc), but doesn't necessarily need to be in all those meetings.

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    David O'Keefe


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    Christopher O'Bannon

    The inability to do this may actually force us to discontinue use of this product. We need proof that email confirmation was sent out to our customers and being CCed on the email seems like the best way to do that. This should be pretty easy to implement, and I'm honestly not sure why you haven't already. 

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