International PSTN numbers in invite

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Posted 4 years ago

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The original qusetion: GSpier  @cheeon @BlueJeansNet you should include it as an optional link on all invitational emails.12:34pm, Dec 18 from Twitter Web Client

Hi Guy - can you elaborate more on how this would look to you? I'll find an answer from an product manager for you today. Thanks! 
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Guy Spier

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Hi Brittany,

Ideally, the invite email has a link that simply says "for international numbers, go here" and then it takes the recipient to the international numbers page.  That way, all the numbers are available on every invitation, but they don't clutter things up.

A number of times, my conf. call participants have wanted to get off the call - becuase they were dialling into the US from Europe..

Thanks,

Guy
Guy - I agree, it would make more sense if it said "for international numbers, click here." 

Side note: you can customize your invites with specific international numbers through our enterprise branding package. 

I'll share your idea with our product team, I think it's a good one. Thanks & welcome to the Community!
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Pekka Kokkonen

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Here's an idea:
- add country selection to user profile settings
- phone number selected to invite according to the country selection in the settings of the user creating the invite
-> no need to browse for the international numbers (should cover most cases unless participants in several countries) :)

Thanks,

Pekka
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Suggestion; include HTML code to determine the location of the users computer; and include the number of the county the user is in, in addition to other numbers included, and the link to other international numbers. Most cases It is discernible that they are from the UK etc, when pulling html code where their IP is registered, Sometimes not due to VPN's but it's a start!