Personalized links: White-label document URL (recipient link) / Customize the links for documents
So when I go to send a document and I click 'generate links' it gives me https://app.pandadoc.com/document/37..... is there a way I can make it look like it is coming from theraveagency.com/document/37... or something like that
Wim Mostmans commented
This is a must-have feature for us. We work with large enterprises who often block by default most SaaS tools like Pandadoc. If we could completely white-label the domain the documents are served from (URL + URLs of all resources) we would not run into this issue.
Anna Kovalchuk commented
Ability to customize document recipient link. Like white labeling but for the links so they include client's domain
Rob Wayne commented
You do it for the emails, why not for the url of website?
Steve Harris commented
Obvious feature for whitelabeling.
Rubesh Pillai commented
How come this feature is available in QuoteRoller and not in PandaDoc. As a minimum, you would have thought that the developers would have started from the QuoteRoller foundations?
Gabriel Lawrence commented
This is really important part of whitelabelling. Not only should be shareable link be the custom domain, but the actual hosted page of the document should also be the custom domain.
Daria Serebriakova commented
Option to create a custom link/customize the link for the documents
Marissa McGuirk commented
White-labeling in browser (in addition to emails)
Roman Klinetskyi commented
Change the domain of pandadoc document when you share it via link.
Martin Rockstrom commented
Enhance the digital brand experience by allowing customers to host all their documents through a custom subdomain that points to the PandaDoc servers.
Example: legal.domainname.com would be the subdomain, followed by the file/document path. A client would thus receive a link formatted as such:
Masha Badouskaya commented
To be able to change the web links generated automatically to ensure they look nice and readable.
Yuliya Tsiushkevich commented
changing the link to include the recipient's name in the link itself