SimplyBook.me scheduling with AMP for Email
Serve a seamless experience by bringing the entire calendar booking process into email.
Increase conversions by empowering recipients to book appointments from the inbox.
Show only available appointments no matter when a recipients opens an email — no more stale content.
Start building interactive AMP calendar booking emails today
Find out how to add in-email calendar booking to your templates in Dyspatch with little to no engineering effort required.
A Powerful, No-Code
STREAMLINE AND SCALE
- Custom templates in minutes without writing code
- Mobile responsive by default for peace of mind
- Flexible integrations with one or multiple ESPs
Trusted and loved
BY COMPANIES AROUND THE WORLD
"Dyspatch has massively reduced the hours our team spends on creating emails, which has allowed us to really scale our content production. We're producing over 20 emails a week, and the platform ensures every single one is on-brand, localized, and responsive, without any engineering effort. It's also allowed us to implement interactivity with AMP comment reply emails. The Dyspatch team was so supportive and collaborative on that project, and it's been a huge success with our users."
Global Head of Lifecycle Marketing at Canva
“Dyspatch is the perfect solution to manage the email building and template creation process. Combined with Braze, it creates a holistic workflow for localizations and scaling our email channel.”
Head of Retention at Grover
"Our design and development teams have not had to update Dyspatch emails since the original set up. Thanks to the easy customization and markup language provided by Dyspatch, our product copywriters have been able to update campaigns without help from the design or development team."
Sr. Product Designer at CareHive
“The thing that’s most impressed me about Dyspatch is that the team’s been able to keep it a really simple product to use. It just fits perfectly, solving an extremely important problem that lots and lots of companies have – managing email content.”
Chief Architect and Head of Growth at Urbandoor