Schedule your meetings with a personal link

What do you want first – the good news, or the even better news?

The good news is that pro users can now schedule meetings with their personal link. Check out the screenshot below – you now have the option to schedule meetings with a random, one-time code or the personal link you’ve created for yourself.

The even better news is that we are planning on adding even more goodies to the scheduler, so stay tuned to the blog for updates.

What’s the next feature you’d like to see in the scheduler? Leave your suggestion in the comments.

P.S. Want to schedule meetings with a personal link that’s all yours? Try free for 14 days, no credit card required.

Alix Hagan

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Alix Hagan joined LogMeIn in 2012 and has held roles in product and in marketing. As Senior Product Marketing Manager, Alix leads all messaging, content, and campaigns for, the world’s fastest-growing collaboration solution.

10 thoughts on “Schedule your meetings with a personal link

  1. Hi Maggie,

    Still in the trial,so take this comment with a grain of salt, but:

    Unless the scheduler is fully integrated with the calendar system (Google Apps in my case), It will probably never be used.

    From a usability perspective, I’d much rather have the scheduler functionality integrated into my calendar. I’m scheduling the meeting already, the calendar has 99% of the information you need. If I could check 1 check-box to make it a video-conference, it would make your service much more effective.

  2. First off, I’m glad this is finally available. As someone who uses the scheduler pretty much exclusively it really bugged me that we had a personal link that couldn’t even be used. I don’t see why anyone would ever want to use a one time code when the personal link is an option. It would be nice if it was at least the default option.

    The other REALLY BIG DEAL to me is the inability to add any information to the invite. If I want to send any extra information I have to edit the invite after the fact (which causes everyone to get an extra email) or send a separate email. This seems like another thing that should be really basic. Add a text box that lets us type in extra information that will show up before the invite’s normal instructions.

    The other thing that I’ve never been able to resolve is that the invitations always always appear to come from the first part of the email we login with. Meaning if my login is the meeting invites show up in people’s inboxes as coming from “ryan”. If we could have some sort of control over that it would be great.

    These are probably my biggest complaints.

    The ability to schedule a meeting from some place other than the official site would also be cool. Adding personal text to meeting invites is far and away my #1 though.

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  5. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked submit my comment
    didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again.
    Anyways, just wanted to say superb blog!

  6. Maggie, I am new to and new to an apple pc. I want to try the 30 day test of pro but when I tried to it sent me a zip file and honestly I dont what to do it. I was capable of sending an invitation out but then was not able to sign on to see if the invite worked. Please reply.

    • Hi Vincent,

      I’m actually going to create a ticket for Support for you – they will be able to help you walk through what needs to be done based on what you’ve already done with


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