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Use the Pipedrive node to automate work in Pipedrive, and integrate Pipedrive with other applications. n8n has built-in support for a wide range of Pipedrive features, including creating, updating, deleting, and getting activity, files, notes, organizations, and leads.

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


Refer to Pipedrive credentials for guidance on setting up authentication.

Examples and templates

For usage examples and templates to help you get started, take a look at n8n's Pipedrive integrations list.

Basic Operations#

  • Activity
    • Create an activity
    • Delete an activity
    • Get data of an activity
    • Get data of all activities
    • Update an activity
  • Deal
    • Create a deal
    • Delete a deal
    • Duplicate a deal
    • Get data of a deal
    • Get data of all deals
    • Search a deal
    • Update a deal
  • Deal Activity
    • Get all activities of a deal
  • Deal Product
    • Add a product to a deal
    • Get all products in a deal
    • Remove a product from a deal
    • Update a product in a deal
  • File
    • Create a file
    • Delete a file
    • Download a file
    • Get data of a file
  • Lead
    • Create a lead
    • Delete a lead
    • Get data of a lead
    • Get data of all leads
    • Update a lead
  • Note
    • Create a note
    • Delete a note
    • Get data of a note
    • Get data of all notes
    • Update a note
  • Organization
    • Create an organization
    • Delete an organization
    • Get data of an organization
    • Get data of all organizations
    • Update an organization
    • Search organizations
  • Person
    • Create a person
    • Delete a person
    • Get data of a person
    • Get data of all persons
    • Search all persons
    • Update a person
  • Product
    • Get data of all products

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.