Which plans is the Hopin<>Hubspot integration available on?
The Hubspot integration is available on the Starter, Growth, Pro, Business and Enterprise plans.
Note: To integrate Hubspot on the Starter or Growth plan, see our separate article.
What are the capabilities of the Hopin<>Hubspot integration?
1. Push registration from Hopin to Hubspot.
2. Pull registrations from Hubspot to Hopin, and push a magic link back to Hubspot.
3. Push event 'attended' status to Hubspot as a note on a contact.
Note: If you are using Hubspot to send your magic links, the Magic Links/Manage Invitations tab in the Event Dashboard will not update the ticket status to Invited. You will need to use Hubspot to track if you have sent the invitations. However, once a registrant accepts their magic link, their Hopin magic link status will change to Registered.
What you'll need to enable the Hubspot integration
- A field on your Hubspot contact that contains Hopin's ticket 'integration code', so that when we pull that registration from Hubspot we can map it back to the correct Hopin ticket and event; in the example below we have called this field 'Hopin Integration Code'.
- A field on your Hubspot contact for Hopin to push our magic link into, after pulling a registration from Hubspot into Hopin (the magic link is the event access link that is sent to registrants, and is specific to an attendees email address, ticket type and event); in the example below we have called this field 'Hopin Magic Link'.
Note: Both fields above should be created as a Single Line Text type.
Find below what you'll need to do to enable the Hubspot integration.
1. Login to your Hopin account, select the relevant organization on the left-hand menu, and select the 'Integrations' tab. Find Hubspot, click on it and then click Install application.
2. Click on 'New authentication' and follow the steps to login to and authorize your Hubspot account.
3. Once you've authenticated your account, click next and proceed to the 'Hubspot contact mapping' screen.
4. Each Hopin field needs to be mapped to a Hubspot field, so that the data can be passed correctly in either direction. First name, last name and email should be self explanatory. The 'Ticket integration code' field in Hopin will need to be mapped to a field in your Hubspot contact that contains Hopin's ticket 'integration code', as discussed earlier. This code is used to map the Hubspot registration to the correct ticket and event in Hopin (we'll show you to where to find this code in the 'Testing the Hubspot integration' section below).
The 'Magic link' field will also need to be mapped to a field in your Hubspot where you wish Hopin's magic link to be passed into, as discussed earlier. The magic link is used as an invite link for your registrants if you pull registrations from Hubspot to Hopin; it is specific to the registrants email, the ticket and the event that they have registered for. In our example we have called these fields on our Hubspot Contact 'Hopin Integration Code' and 'Hopin Magic Link'.
5. Next, you'll need to set up a Hubspot workflow with a Hopin webhook to pull registrations into Hopin (you can skip this step if you only want to push registrations from Hopin to Hubspot). First, copy the URL from the pop-up screen and then click 'Finish' to complete the setup of the integration. You might want to paste this somewhere as a note, as it will be a few steps before we'll need this URL.
6. In Hubspot, navigate to 'Workflows' and click on 'Create Workflow'.
7. Choose 'Start from scratch' and a 'Contact-based' workflow, then click 'Next'.
8. You'll need to set an 'enrollment trigger', i.e. an action that is the trigger for the workflow to be started. Choose the filter type 'Contact properties', and then choose the field on your Contact that contains the Hopin 'integration code' as discussed earlier. Choose to trigger the workflow when the Contact 'is known', then click 'Apply filter' and 'Save'.
9. Now click the '+' button and choose the 'Trigger webhook' workflow, then paste the URL that you copied from the Hopin integration screen, and save the workflow.
10. You're finished!
Testing the Hubspot integration
1. Now we can do some testing of the integration. First, you can create a registration in Hopin to check that it's pushed into Hubspot. To do that, select the relevant organization in your account, navigate to the 'Events' tab, select an event, and use the 'Preview Event' button to access the registration page (this assumes at least one ticket has been created and the event has been published).
2. Register for the event in the registration page (if you have already registered with your account, you can de-register yourself in the 'Attendees' page).
3. Navigate to your Hubspot account and view your contacts, you should see the registration.
4. In the Contact entry, it shows that the same Contact attended the event.
5. Next, we can test that registrations created or updated as Contacts in Hubspot are being pulled into Hopin, and magic links pushed to Hubspot. You can do this by creating a new Contact in Hubspot, or by adding a ticket integration code to an existing Contact. The contact must have a first name, last name, email and Hopin ticket 'integration code' to be pulled into Hopin correctly. To find the ticket 'integration code':
In your event dashboard, navigate to the Registrations > Tickets tab.
Copy the ticket URL, paste it anywhere and copy the 'code' part of the URL (the 'xeTWv3xjdXo2yw89L71K7Jprcke' in the image below).
6. Add this integration code to the field that you have created in your Hubspot Contact, then create the Contact.
7. Navigate to the 'People > Magic Link Invites' page in the left-hand menu of your event, and select the 'Manage Invitations' tab. You should see the Contact that you created in the invite list.
8. Then check the magic link field on your Contact in Hubspot to ensure the magic link has been pushed correctly.
9. You're done!
Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you have questions or need assistance.