Redirect to a URL after the booking

Instead of displaying a confirmation page after booking, you can redirect your client to a specific web page after the booking is complete. This is useful to bring them back to your own website, to a page you use for tracking analytics, or to your own external payment page.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Click Edit settings on your booking page from your Dashboard
  2. From the left menu select Booking Form > After Booking
  3. Select Redirect to specific URL 
  4. Enter the URL you want to send your bookers to after they confirm their appointment - the URL must start with https

Passthrough booking data to your site

You can include any information about the booking by including the corresponding  shorthand code in the link.

Examples of redirect URLs passing through data:

Your web designer could then display different information based on this information to  tailor the experience for each visitor.

If you want to actually return the booker to another booking page with their data pre-filled, In that case, the system can 'save' the data based on the booking ID they've just made, and all the data should pre-fill exactly as you expect.

So you would use this: https://yourname.youcanbook.me/?basedOn={ID}

If you're using an analytics tool such as Google Analytics, the 'redirect to a url' option will allow you to track any conversions using the tracking code setup on your own website.

Redirecting to your own payment processor

YouCanBook.me integrates directly with Stripe and securely processes credit and debit card payments before a booking is confirmed. If you have an alternative payment processor you would like to use, you can redirect your booker to your payment page after booking. Please note the booking will be confirmed within YouCanBook.me so we cannot prevent a booking from being confirmed if your booker doesn't follow through with payment on an external payment processor. 

Embedding your booking page

If you have your booking page embedded in your website, check the box "update the whole browser window" so that the entire browser window redirects  to your URL, not just the iFrame.

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