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          Lists Emails Contacts Blogs Landing pages Website Pages Workflows Workflow Contact Performance Contact Properties
        • What HubSpot Plans will provide data in Databox?

          All HubSpot Accounts can be connected with Databox, regardless of the HubSpot plan.
          However, Contact Metrics (e.g. ‘Contacts (Marketing)’, ‘Total Contacts (Marketing)’) are not synced with HubSpot Free Accounts due to API limitations.

          If you connect a HubSpot Free account in Databox, the following error will be returned for the mentioned metrics: ‘Insufficient scopes: We can’t get data for this specific metric because of missing scopes and/or permissions. Required is one of “cms-analytics-api-access” or “traffic-analytics-api-access”. Please reconnect your data source with HubSpot account that has required permissions’.

        • Potential discrepancies for HubSpot Marketing metrics showing Email data

          Data discrepancy is possible between metrics related to email performance (such as ‘Emails Delivered’, ‘Emails Sent’, ‘Emails Unique Opened’, ‘Emails Unique Clicked’, and ‘Contact Lost’) and their attributed versions showing data ‘by Email Campaign’, where the sum of all values for a given period (for example for metric ‘Emails Delivered by Email Campaign’) does not match the total value for the same period for the metric ‘Emails Delivered’.

          The reason for this is because we retrieve data for these metrics from two different API endpoints and they may provide different values.

        • Only data for the latest 1000 blogs is available

          Databox only obtains data for the latest 1000 blog posts (ordered by publish date). If there are more than 1000 blogs available in the connected HubSpot account, data for those additional blogs will not be present in the HubSpot metrics denoting Blogs data.

          The limit applies to the following metrics:

          Top Blog Posts by Pageviews
          Top Blog Posts by Click-through Rate
          Top Blog Posts by CTA Clicks
          Recent Blog Posts by Pageviews
          Recent Blog Posts by Click-through Rate
          Recent Blog Posts by CTA Clicks

        • No historical data available for Custom metrics created in ‘Emails’ or ‘Workflows’ objects

          Custom metrics created using Emails and Workflows object in the Metric Builder for HubSpot Marketing will only display current total data available up to the current moment. Basically, such metrics have no historical data available.

          This means that when such a Custom metric is created, it will not show any data for Date Ranges that do not include today. However, with time, data will gradually accumulate for such Custom metrics.

          For example, Date Ranges like ‘Week to Date’ and ‘This Month’ include data up to today and will return values. But Date Ranges like ‘Last 7 Days’ and ‘Last 90 Days’ do not include today’s data, therefore, no data will be shown for such periods.

          If there is no data available for the current day, the Preview data will not display any results.

        • Missing data for metrics showing Blog, Email, and Landing Page data

          Certain HubSpot Marketing Metrics (specifically those regarding Blog, Email, and Landing Page data) are only available for Super Admin users and accounts with Professional or Enterprise HubSpot Plan. If you are not a Super Admin in HubSpot, no data will be returned for Blog, Email, and Landing Page Metrics. Learn more.

        • HubSpot Marketing metrics specifics

          Inverted HubSpot Marketing metrics (metrics where a low value indicates positive development and a high value indicates negative development):

          Contact Lost
          Bounce Rate
          Bounce Rate by Source

          ‘No reset’ HubSpot Marketing metrics (metrics that are not reset to value 0 with every new day):

          Contacts Lost by Email Ttitle (by last updated)
          Contacts (w/o Offline Source)
          Contacts by Static List
          Contacts by Active List
          Total Emails Delivered by Email Campaign
          Emails Delivered by Email Title (by Last Updated)
          Emails Delivered by Email Title (by Create Date)
          Total Emails Sent by Email Campaign
          Emails Sent by Email Title (by Last Updated)
          Emails Sent by Email Title (by Create Date)
          Total Email Unique Opened by Email Campaign
          Emails Unique Opened by Email Title (by Last Updated)
          Emails Unique Opened by Email Title (by Create Date)
          Total Email Unique Clicked by Email Campaign
          Emails Unique Clicked by Email Title (by Last Updated)
          Emails Unique Clicked by Email Title (by Create Date)
          Blog Posts by Title by Published Date
          Recent Blog Posts by Pageviews
          Recent Blog Posts by Click-through Rate
          Recent Blog Posts by CTA Clicks
          Blog Posts Published
          Landing Pages

          Non-Aggregatable HubSpot Marketing metrics (due to the nature of these metrics, summing daily/weekly/monthly values will not give correct results for longer time periods):

          New Contacts
          New Contacts (w/o Offline Source)
          New Contacts by Source
          Contacts Lost by Email Campaign
          New Leads (w/o Offline Source)
          New Leads
          New Leads by Source
          New MQLs (w/o Offline Source)
          New MQLs
          New MQLs by Source
          New SQLs (w/o Offline Source)
          New SQLs
          New SQLs by Source
          New Opportunities (w/o Offline Source)
          New Opportunities
          New Opportunities by Source
          New Subscribers (w/o Offline Source)
          New Subscribers
          Emails Delivered
          Emails Delivered by Email Campaign
          Emails Sent
          Emails Sent by Email Campaign
          Contact Lost
          Email Created
          New Blog Posts Published
          Blog Views
          Blog Views by Blog
          New Blog Subscribers
          New Blog Subscribers by Blog Name
          Sessions (w/o Offline Source)
          Sessions by Source
          New Visitor Sessions
          New Email Subscribers
          New Email Subscribers by Blog Name
          Page Views
          Page CTA (Legacy) Views
          Page CTA (Legacy) Clicks
          Landing Page Views
          Landing Page Customers
          Landing Page Contacts
          Landing Page Submissions
          New Customers
          New Customers (w/o Offline Source)
          New Customers by Source

        • HubSpot API rate limits

          The HubSpot integrations (HubSpot CRM, HubSpot Marketing and HubSpot Service) are subject to API rate limits. These limits, set by HubSpot, allow for 100 requests every 10 seconds and a maximum of 250,000 requests per day, enforced at the HubSpot account level, regardless of the subscription plan. These limitations apply to all HubSpot metrics.

          Additionally, distinct rate limits are in place for Search API endpoints, which cap them at 4 requests per second. This limitation applies to accessing Deals, Engagements, and Companies objects within the Metric Builder.

          When these limits are hit in the process of syncing data from HubSpot, designated error messages are displayed in Databox and syncing of data is not possible until the period for which the limit was hit expires.

        • How to use operators in HubSpot Marketing Metric Builder

          When using the HubSpot Marketing Metric Builder, the selected filters will restrict the data that gets included in the Custom metric. It is important to understand the function of each operator in order to properly use them and set up metrics as required in order to avoid data discrepancies.

          Contains operator looks for a specific sequence of characters within a larger string of text. It does not require the searched text to be surrounded by spaces or punctuation.

          Contains Words operator, on the other hand, specifically looks for whole words within the text. It considers a word as a sequence of characters that are surrounded by spaces or certain punctuation marks, like commas or periods.

          Equals operator requires an exact match. It searches for the exact sequence of characters specified without any additional characters before or after it.

          Similarly, operators Does not Contain or Does not Equal behave in the same way, but should be used when you do not want your metric to include certain text.

          In this example, imagine you are searching for emails. If you use the ‘Does not contain words’ operator and type in ‘’, the metric will not return any results because the word ‘’ does not stand on its own. But if you change the operator to ‘Contains’, you will get results with all emails containing ‘’.

        • Hourly granularity is not supported for HubSpot Marketing metrics

          The following granularities are available in Databox for metrics of the HubSpot Marketing integration: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly, All time.

          Hourly granularity is not supported and is limited by the API. This may affect visualization options for Charts in Databox.

          For example, if a HubSpot Marketing metric is used on a Line or Bar Chart with ‘Yesterday’ Date Range selected, hourly data will not be displayed on the Chart.
          However, the total value (Big Number) above the Chart will accurately reflect the metric value for the selected Date Range.

        • Handling duplicated dimensions

          Duplicated entries are handled for dimensional metrics ‘by Landing page’, ‘by Blog Name’, ‘by Email Campaign’ and ‘by Email Title’.

          If a dimension is a duplicate (instances where multiple Landing Pages/Blogs/Email campaigns/Emails with the same name exist within the HubSpot MKT account), Databox appends an ID at the end of the dimension name in order to differ between entities of the same name.

          For example, an email title might appear as ‘Sample email title (1251235)’, where ‘1251235’ represents the unique ID of that email. Similarly, for landing pages, the landing page ID is appended, and for blogs, the blog ID is added. This method ensures clear identification and distinction between duplicate dimensions.

        • First day of the week for HubSpot metrics can lead to data discrepancies

          Metrics in HubSpot accounts are reporting on week data from Sunday to Saturday or Monday to Sunday, based on your location. There is no direct option to change the first day of the week within the account.

          In Databox, the first day of the week is set to Sunday by default. However, you are able to change it to Monday or Saturday.

          When validating weekly data in HubSpot vs Databox (e.g. looking at ‘Week to Date’, ‘This Week’ or ‘Last Week’ Date Ranges), it is important to ensure that you are comparing data for the corresponding time period, taking into account the first day of the week.

        • Data discrepancy for Basic HubSpot Reports

          There is a contextual difference between HubSpot metrics in Databox and the Basic Reports in HubSpot. In HubSpot, the Basic Report tracks deals (or contacts) as they progress through different stages whereas Databox metrics reflect deals that were in specific stages during a particular period.

          To ensure a fair comparison of metrics, Databox recommends using Custom reports in HubSpot. By filtering data based on lifecycle stage (or other dimensions), Custom reports in HubSpot will display metrics that align contextually with those in Databox. Therefore, when comparing these metrics, it is best to use Custom reports in HubSpot rather than relying on the Basic Report.

        • Data delays in Databox for Contacts Lifecycle Stage changes made in HubSpot

          When Contact Lifecycle Stages are updated in HubSpot, it may take up to 24 hours for the change to be reflected in HubSpot’s API and in Databox.

        • Behaviour of HubSpot Marketing metrics showing data for Emails by Create Date

          Basic metrics showing email data that reference a date in their name, like ‘Emails Sent by Email Title (by Create Date)’ are synced based on the create date. Instead of using the Date Range to view past email performance, selecting a Date Range like ‘Last Month’ will show the number of emails sent by email title for campaigns created during that period.

        • Availability of historical data for HubSpot Marketing metrics

          In general, the maximum amount of historical data for HubSpot Marketing metrics is 6 years, so this is the amount of data that can be displayed when you first use a metric in Databox. Note that certain Databox Plans have their own limitations on how much historical data they support.

          Due to technical limitations, the Date Range ‘All Time’ will return a maximum of 36 months of data.

          It is important to note that the availability of historical data can be different for different metrics. Metrics like ‘Landing Pages’, ‘Emails Clicked by Email Title (by Create Date)’, ‘Blog Subscribers’, etc., have no historical data upon first use and they will display the total current value. However, over time, Databox accumulates historical data for these metrics, and the metric value is then shown cumulatively.

        • Active Lists Sync Frequency

          List data from HubSpot is synced with Databox once per day. This is consistent with how List data is updated in the List Performance report within HubSpot. Databox is syncing List data from the List Performance report.

          HubSpot performs a daily update on the List Performance report around midnight every day. Learn more about validating data using the List Performance report here.

          If contacts are added to Lists after the daily List Performance report update, you can see different values on the List Performance report page in HubSpot and the List library in HubSpot. When validating List data in Databox, always compare Databox’s data with data from the List Performance report in your HubSpot account.

          Databox is continuously updating List data as soon as data is available from the HubSpot API.

          Note that New Lists that were created in your HubSpot account will not be recognized in Databox until the next day after a larger data sync, which is performed in the middle of the night with the intention to identify new Lists in the HubSpot account.

        • Query Preview Error when creating Custom metrics in Metric Builder

          This error occurs in the Metric Builder when the HubSpot account contains a large amount of data. In such cases, the API response may take a significant amount of time to sync the large volume of data. If the time to retrieve data exceeds 2 minutes, the query will time out, resulting in the ‘Data Preview Error.’

          A workaround for creating metrics is to preview the data with a shorter Date Range, such as ‘Today’ or ‘Yesterday.’ By default, the Metric Builder uses the ‘Month to Date’ Date Range. Before clicking ‘preview data,’ switch the Date Range to ‘Today’ to reduce the amount of data (since less data needs to be synced for a shorter Date Range), which will allow you to fetch your data faster. Once the data loads in the preview, save the Metric, and then you can use it on a Databoard with a preferred Date Range. The rest of the data will sync through standard, scheduled syncs.

          Alternatively, you can save the metric without shortening the Date Range. If the preview takes longer than usual, a clickable ‘Save’ button will appear, allowing you to save the metric and use it on a dashboard without waiting for the preview results. The rest of the data will sync through standard, scheduled syncs.

        • Metrics showing ‘Insufficient scopes’ error

          All HubSpot Accounts can be connected with Databox.

          HubSpot Free Accounts will not sync data with Databox and HubSpot Starter Accounts will only sync data for certain metrics. This is due to API limitations for these plans.

          The following error will be returned if data is not available for a metric, based on your HubSpot plan: ‘Insufficient scopes: We can’t get data for this specific metric because of missing scopes and/or permissions. Required is one of “cms-analytics-api-access” or “traffic-analytics-api-access”. Please reconnect your data source with HubSpot account that has required permissions’.

          HubSpot Professional and HubSpot Enterprise Accounts will have data synced with Databox for all metrics.

        • Error: ‘Email statistics range too long.’

          Full error message: ‘Email statistics range too long. Statistics request exceeded maximum allowed duration for your HubSpot portal. Please decrease the date range.’

          This error mirrors the same error that will appear in HubSpot UI when configuring dashboards or custom reports in the network tab.

          The error occurs when attempts are made to retrieve all email events for a specific period and there are, for example, 10 million emails sent during that time. Databox cannot fetch such a large volume of data, so it dynamically limits the number of days for which data is retrieved.
          To resolve the error, a shorter Date Range needs to be used in Databox, which will decrease the amount of data that needs to be retrieved from HubSpot.

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