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Use the HubSpot node to automate work in HubSpot, and integrate HubSpot with other applications. n8n has built-in support for a wide range of HubSpot features, including creating, updating, deleting, and getting contacts, deals, lists, engagements and companies.

On this page, you'll find a list of operations the HubSpot node supports and links to more resources.


Refer to HubSpot credentials for guidance on setting up authentication.


  • Contact
    • Create/Update a contact
    • Delete a contact
    • Get a contact
    • Get all contacts
    • Get recently created/updated contacts
    • Search contacts
  • Contact List
    • Add contact to a list
    • Remove a contact from a list
  • Company
    • Create a company
    • Delete a company
    • Get a company
    • Get all companies
    • Get recently created companies
    • Get recently modified companies
    • Search companies by domain
    • Update a company
  • Deal
    • Create a deal
    • Delete a deal
    • Get a deal
    • Get all deals
    • Get recently created deals
    • Get recently modified deals
    • Search deals
    • Update a deal
  • Engagement
    • Create an engagement
    • Delete an engagement
    • Get an engagement
    • Get all engagements
  • Form
    • Get all fields from a form
    • Submit data to a form
  • Ticket
    • Create a ticket
    • Delete a ticket
    • Get a ticket
    • Get all tickets
    • Update a ticket

Templates and examples#

Validate email of new contacts in Hubspot

by Jonathan

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Update HubSpot when a new invoice is registered in Stripe

by Jonathan

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Create HubSpot contacts from LinkedIn post interactions

by Pauline

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Browse HubSpot integration templates, or search all templates

What to do if your operation isn't supported#

If this node doesn't support the operation you want to do, you can use the HTTP Request node to call the service's API.

You can use the credential you created for this service in the HTTP Request node:

  1. In the HTTP Request node, select Authentication > Predefined Credential Type.
  2. Select the service you want to connect to.
  3. Select your credential.

Refer to Custom API operations for more information.