Your Public Mixmax Calendar

Your public Mixmax calendar is a personalized webpage that shows times when you're available to meet. Anyone with the link can click a time to schedule a meeting with you. You get your own personalized link that you can share, which you can find in your calendar settings.

Your public Mixmax calendar link is perfect for sharing in a sequence or in your email signature because the available times listed are always up-to-date!

Your public Mixmax calendar

Your custom link will contain a drop-down menu with all of your Meeting Templates, which your recipient can choose from. Because you can set the availability differently for each meeting templates, the available times the recipient sees may change when they select a different option. 

Here's what it looks like when someone visits your public Mixmax calendar and clicks to schedule a meeting. If they get to your calendar by clicking a link in your email, their name and email will be pre-filled. You can specify the meeting title and location in your settings. After someone books a meeting with you, both of you will receive an email notification, and the event will automatically appear on both of your Google Calendars.

Our best-practice recommendation is to create a template that includes: a) the custom text asking the recipient to book with you, and b) your calendar link. Then insert your template using the semi-colon keyboard shortcut (type ; followed by the name of the template). For example: 

Want to book on someone else's calendar? Ask for their calendar link, and create a template with that link.

Another option is to create a call to action button like the one in the screenshot below. Type /cta to create your own button. Create a template that contains this button, so you can add it quickly to any email.

Settings for your public Mixmax calendar

Your public calendar is customizable and can be edited from the 'Calendar' tab on the Settings page. 

Display options:

  • Week starts on - choose the day of the week you want your calendar to begin on.
  • Time format - choose either a 12 hour or 24 hour format for your calendar.

Default location:

  • Choose the default location when sharing your Mixmax calendar. This is the location we will use when the {{host location}} variable is utilized.

Public Calendar:

  • Your public calendar link - this is where you can turn your public calendar on or off, view your calendar, copy the link to your calendar, or change the URL associated with your calendar.
  • Show calendar link in default signature - you can also set your calendar link to be automatically added to your default signature.
  • Default Meeting Template - choose the meeting template that is automatically associated with your public calendar link.
  • Make sure I never have more meetings than this per day - Set the max amount of meetings you want to have per day. Please note, Mixmax counts all meetings on your calendar toward this limit, not just meetings booked via Mixmax.
  • Meetings shortcut - customize the number of meetings that are offered by default when using the /meeting command.

Default Calendar URL:

  • Choose the meeting template we should use when you insert the {{sender calendar url}} variable.

Double booking protection:

  • Prevent recipients from booking times that have already been booked. More details here.

Link to email thread:

  • Automatically link to the original email thread in the calendar invite. More details here.

Workspace sharing:

  • Allow other people in your Workspace to view and schedule on your calendar.

Availability options:

  • Choose the default meeting template we use when you utilize 'Share availability' or the /cal command. 

Event invite options:

  • Choose the default meeting template we use when you utilize 'Send calendar invite' or the /invite command.

Default additional guests:

  • Add the email address(es) of additional guest(s) we should add to any meetings booked through your public calendar link.

Meeting Templates

Read more about how to setup and share meeting templates.

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