Published by Calendly - September 24, 2015

Updates to your powerful new dashboard

Announcing a brand new dashboard experience, bringing you greater insight into your team’s scheduling activity and a stronger understanding of invitees’ behavior.

Today, we’re thrilled to announce a brand new dashboard experience, bringing you greater insight into your team’s scheduling activity and a stronger understanding of invitees’ behavior.

Starting now, you can:

View your entire team’s scheduling activity

Need to find details from a certain team event or user? Use filters to sort your team’s meetings by type, date, status and more.


Filter + export event and invitee details

Sort events by type, date, status or tracking ID, then export the data into a .csv for use in other platforms and processes.


Track conversions to determine where your link is most effective

 Need to understand which campaigns are driving invitees to schedule? Add UTM parameters to your link, then see which generates the most scheduling activity.


As always, we’re excited to hear your feedback. Stay tuned for more updates in the near future!

Have questions your new dashboard? Email us at, and we’ll help you out.

17 responses to “Updates to your powerful new dashboard”

  1. Jeff Couret says:

    I love that you guys are surprising us with new features all the time. Best $10/mo I’ve ever spent!

    • calendly says:

      So glad to have you on board, Jeff! We work pretty hard to keep the product sharp, so you can focus on what you do best. Always feel free to reach out if you need anything!

  2. I just LOVE Calendly…and it just keeps getting better! Keep it up!

  3. Iain says:

    Thanks for the update guys. Is there any chance that a responsive wordpress plugin is coming next? It’s been “coming soon” for a while and no matter how much we tweak our iframes they just never look quite right. I’ve got to admit that when I saw an email with “Calendly update: your powerful new …” I got a bit excited.

    • calendly says:

      Thanks so much for the feedback. We’ve added you to the shortlist of people to notify as soon as a more responsive option is available–in the meantime, though, don’t hesitate to reach out if we can help with anything else.

  4. Ben says:

    Amazing that you continue to randomly “improve” the product while still expecting us to redirect our site visitors to your site. It is unbelievable that calendly isn’t an html widget, WordPress plugin, squares pace and weekly and win app, etc.

    Who cares about other “improvements” when the most basic of functionality is missing, rendering your product useless for any serious application?

    • calendly says:

      Thanks for the feedback, Ben. We definitely will be making Calendly directly embeddable into websites in the future, but even now, many of our users embed their Calendly schedules into their own sites using an iframe. If you’d like to try that, drop us a note at and we can send you the iframe code.

      • Ben says:

        Iframes are not only an inelegant hack of a solution, but they present practical issues of functionality.

        Less work on spreading hacks, more work on THE basic functionality your app should have had since day one…

  5. rosemary says:

    Video explanations are always more instructive.

  6. Javier Neira says:

    Hi there Claire! just taking a look here. Looking for a spanish language interface (front-end at least); do you have it? do you get the idea? thanks! 🙂

  7. grid7 says:

    Regarding the UTM tracking shown above: does this work on embedded Calendly widgets as well or does it require sending the visitor directly to We’re using an embedded widget on a landing page with the main CTA being scheduling a call. Would love to be able to capture UTM params with each conversion if possible

    • Calendly says:

      Hi –
      Thanks for reaching out. Great news, you are able to! You can add the ?utm_campaign=email to the URL in the embed code.

      You can learn more here:

      And please feel free to email our team at if you have any other questions or need help setting this up. We are here to help!

      Happy scheduling!

      • grid7 says:

        thanks for your response. One question (and I can email support if that’s more appropriate) but the LP is fielding traffic from multiple sources so we ideally wouldn’t be hardcoding the UTM params in the embed widget but rather the embed widget is able to relay UTM params sent to the LP. If this is more appropriately addressed via technical support I can ask there. I’m guessing there’s some crafty way to grab the params to the parent page via js and pass them into the embedded widget and relay them that way…

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