There are at least a few issues with this approach:
1) It gives the game away that my “personalized” email is really just an automatic response.
2) It’s poor grammar
3) Because lists use upper case first letters, the only way to tell if the contact typed in upper or lower case first letters is to open each record and check. If they haven’t you have to change the first letters and then remember to hit “save all changes”
My suggestion is to automatically capitalize the first letters of any name fields in the contact properties. Failing that, one option would be to provide a global setting that would enable this change to be selected.
Alternatively, just do not capitalize the name first letters in lists. That way HubSpot clients could see which names had been typed with lower case first letters and would only have to open those records to change them.
This tutorial will teach you how to add a “Sign in with LinkedIn” button to any page in your HubSpot account. This way, people don’t have to fill out a complicated form. When a visitor clicks the button, they will be asked to allow you to access their LinkedIn account. They will then be added as a Contact to your HubSpot account and redirected to whatever “Thank You” page you define.
1. Download the “sign-in-with-linkedin.php” file using the form below. Then, upload it to your web host.
2. Open the “sign-in-with-linkedin.php” file on your server and enter the full URL of that file, and the URL of your Thank You page, in the “Configuration” section.
3. Copy your HubSpot API key and paste it in the “Configuration” section.
And here’s the question from that forum thread:
Is there a universal unsubscribe or opt-out function?
I had a client ask me today if there was a universal unsubscribe function that allows us to embed links into emails sent outside of the Hubspot software, so their recipients can opt out. I guess Marketo offers this, and when sales teams start taking some of these emailing initiatives into their own hands, it could be a useful way to avoid being marked as spam.
After login, user should be redirected to your script
The oauth credentials should persist indefinitely until the user revokes them
After I read it I thought, “I can do that. And there are probably other HubSpot users that would find this useful as well.” So in this tutorial, I’m going to show you an example of an OAuth integration using the HubSpot API.
The HubSpot Academy has a ton of useful information for learning about HubSpot and inbound marketing.
A lot of the content is video-based, which is great. But just like when I listen to podcasts, I prefer watching videos at a faster playback rate. By setting the video speed to 1.5x or 2x, I can watch videos much faster without missing out on any information.
This tutorial will show you how to change the playback speed on Wistia videos in the HubSpot Academy so you can save time.
A refresh token is like a lot like a username and password that allows you to connect to your HubSpot account. But more importantly, having a refresh token allows you to use all of the tutorials on this website with your HubSpot account.
We have lead lists that our sales people will call to get their email addresses but we don’t want them to manage the list outside of Hubspot and then enter them once we get the email. We also don’t want them to manually input thousands of contacts so they can use the sales CRM dialer. This would be great for both contacts and companies.