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[block:api-header] { "title": "Pulling booking links" } [/block] The most common way Calendly users share their availability is by sending invitees a link to their scheduling site. As a Calendly partner, you can use the User Event Types endpoint to retrieve details for event types they have access to. With this functionality: * sales leaders can give prospects access to SDR or AE Calendly links * customer success leaders can give customers access to CSM links. * marketing leaders can set up landing pages with specific booking links. * developers can route visitors to book a specific meeting type based on form inputs. [block:api-header] { "title": "Embedding Calendly’s booking flow" } [/block] Calendly’s booking user experience can be embedded as an inline modal, as a pop up text, or as a popup widget. You can customize the styling to fit your web application’s aesthetic. [block:api-header] { "title": "Pre-populating invitee information in Calendly’s booking flow" } [/block] When you know the invitee’s information before they book an event, you can [append parameters to a booking link](https://help.calendly.com/hc/en-us/articles/226766767-Pre-populate-invitee-information-on-the-scheduling-page) to pre-populate form information in the booking flow to save your invitee time and increase your conversion rate. [block:api-header] { "title": "Real-time booked events sync" } [/block] When an event is booked, organizations often want to push the event information to another tool for record-keeping. You can use our Webhooks API to receive a webhook whenever an event is booked or canceled. These webhooks contain the event and invitee info, answers to custom questions, and any UTM parameters passed. Developers can pass this information to a CRM, email marketing, sales enablement, customer support, customer success, or business intelligence tool.