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- HubSpot swag such as t-shirts, coffee mugs, and backpacks
- Tools for your business, such as PieSync, that can be accessed with a HubSpot account
- Landing page templates and other modules to help build out content for your website
- Enabling salespeople to have caller ID and an always up-to-date phone book
- Allowing sales staff to consult QuickBooks invoices directly within HubSpot
- Syncing Calendly meetings with HubSpot meetings
- Migrating Zendesk tickets into HubSpot Service Hub
- Having a two-way synchronization of contacts data with a Mailchimp audience
- Around 10, including HubSpot, with 10 new apps being released every year
- All of Zapier’s apps are automatically supported
- Over 200 apps, with new apps being released every week
- Around 200 officially, but actually unlimited apps if you consider PieSync’s open API
- syncing customer data only one-way
- automatically promoting the HubSpot lifecycle stage for contacts according to how they behave in another app
- importing contacts data from a platform different from HubSpot
- de-duplicating data within one single platform
- This is a textbook use case for a trigger-action automation tool such as Zapier. PieSync will not be of much help here.
- This is a textbook PieSync use case. Set up a sync between HubSpot and your invoicing app and this is what you’ll get.
- This will most probably require custom development. Welp, there goes this year’s budget.
- The syncing status of a connection.
- Which contacts are syncing and which aren’t, including an error message to figure out why.
- Your PieSync and HubSpot billing status.
- How many new contacts you can still sync this month.
- PieSync is a declarative method of integrating — you tell it what you want to achieve and PieSync will figure out what to do.
- PieSync is a procedural method of integrating — you set up the different steps of the integration.
- Zapier is a declarative method of integrating — you tell it what you want to achieve and Zapier will figure out what to do.
- Zapier is a procedural method of integrating — you set up the different steps of the integration.
- Contacts are considered identical based on first and last name.
- PieSync checks whether the IP addresses attached to these contacts are the same.
- PieSync matches contacts on the basis of email address exclusively.
- Companies are considered identical based on their VAT or tax identification number.
- PieSync checks whether the IP addresses attached to these companies are the same.
- PieSync matches companies based on their company name or email (if any).
- You can choose in the settings
- Automatically at least every 5 minutes
- Automatically every minute
- At the end of the day
✅ Scenario: Yesterday I set up a sync. PieSync Health is alerting me that around 250 of HubSpot’s contacts could not be synced to my other app because the contacts don’t have a “Last Name (required field).” How could this be fixed? (Choose all that apply.)
- Export a CSV out of PieSync and repair the names in a spreadsheet editor.
- Fill out last names in HubSpot. PieSync will automatically pick this up and resume syncing the contacts that now have a proper last name.
- Have PieSync automatically define a placeholder last name for contacts with a missing last name.
- Have a HubSpot support agent fix this for you.
- There is no solution for this.
- PieSync will automatically resume syncing as soon as the rate limit is over.
- Upgrade to a different PieSync plan with higher limits.
- Hit “Force Sync”.
- Delete your connection and start over from scratch.
- No need to be careful. Just start the sync, and check the outcome. You can always revert to an earlier state of your database.
- Review the connection rules and field mappings.
- Make sure the data that you need synced is clean and rid of duplicates.
✅ “Default field mappings” are customer properties that PieSync found in common for the two apps you need synced, and has linked automatically. What could be an example of a default field mapping’s property? (Choose all that apply.)
- Job title
- HubSpot lifecycle stage
- Mailchimp subscription status
- Mobile phone
- PieSync will no longer use the email address to identify unique contacts.
- Contacts that lack an email address will now also be included.
- Contacts that PieSync flagged as duplicates can now also be synced.
- All of the above.
- By ignoring any contact that does not have an email address, the creation of duplicates is avoided.
- Connection Rules will help you define which contacts are kept in sync and which ones are not.
- The sync direction will ultimately decide which app wins in case of conflicts.
- Excluding a contact in one rule will not automatically exclude them in other rules.
- You will always be able to get a two-way sync no matter which apps you are connecting.
- PieSync can create and update contacts, but it will never delete contacts.
- Changing the email address of a contact in sync, will cause the creation of a new contact.
- If you exclude a contact in one rule, it will automatically also be excluded in any other rule.
- Each connection can only sync one contact type.
- It needs to know which contacts to exclude.
- To have you verify the risk you are taking by syncing.
- Contacts will always be kept in sync regardless of the sync direction or integration.
- Not when syncing lead generators like Eventbrite or Facebook Lead Ads, then PieSync will just push those contacts like Zapier.
- First name, last name, and email
- Only email
- Company name
- Mobile phone
- You have a CSV properly formatted and you know you only need to import this data once.
- You have contacts data sitting in two PieSync-compatible apps and need it to be synched up.
- You want to create leads in your CRM for every subscriber that interacts with your content.
- Contacts that already exist in the databases can also be synced.
- PieSync only starts syncing new data from the moment you set up the sync.
✅ Scenario: While syncing your Outlook address books and HubSpot CRM, you discover that your personal notes in Outlook also sync into the CRM. You could make this a one-way sync from HubSpot into Outlook, but you actually need your data to sync from Outlook into HubSpot as well.What could you do to avoid a potentially bad situation?
- Set up connection rules to avoid contacts with notes to sync.
- Disable the notes field in the field mappings.
- Activate the special Outlook-NN (no notes) connector instead.
- Contact the PieSync team to custom code a solution for you.
- Make sure that you have a good understanding of what your contact data looks like
- Clean up your contacts; delete or merge duplicates
- Take a backup of your contacts as precaution
- Run a test sync on a limited subset of your contacts
- No need to prepare. If something goes wrong I can have PieSync restore my contacts
- Change the color of your dashboard
- Limit which contacts should be kept in sync
- Define which team members have access to PieSync’s configuration screen
- Assign contacts to sync to the respective contact owners in HubSpot
- Set up Slack alerts for when syncing fails
- This is a perfectly sound rule setup and nothing would need to be changed.
- The second rule needs to be deactivated. It does not come with a filter and would sync all contacts regardless of their label.
- Each rule still needs to have an action to define whether contacts can be created or only updated.
- It is useful to click this button every seven to eight days to purge PieSync’s sync cache.
- When you’re actively making changes to your contacts and you don’t want to wait for PieSync’s next sync cycle.
- The “Force sync” button doesn’t do anything. It’s in fact a placebo button and its sole intent is to give the user a false sense of control over the sync.
✅ Consider the scenario and screenshot of an active sync between HubSpot and Google Contacts. A new contact for lead John Doe was recently created in HubSpot. It’s been 25 minutes and the contact still isn’t showing in Google Contacts. Why isn’t this new HubSpot contact syncing into Google?
- The second rule to allow HubSpot contacts to sync into Google has been deactivated.
- The contact will only sync after 30 minutes. Patience is a virtue!
- The sync still needs to be manually triggered for John Doe to sync over.
- Everything is OK in PieSync. The segmentation on company size needs to be set up in Mailchimp directly.
- The field mapping is not yet complete. The company size property still needs to be mapped to a custom field in Mailchimp.
- It’s not possible to set up this type of segmentation through PieSync.
- There’s no limit to the number of actions you can add in a sync rule.
- If the number of filters is N, then the number of actions can be N+1 at most.
- A maximum of three actions can be added to each rule.
- This depends on which pricing plan the user is on.
- Sync up “First name” to “Last name”, two-way
- Sync up a yes/no field to a text field, one-way.
- Sync up a numerical field to a text field, one-way
- Sync up a date field to a date/time field, two-way
- When I change someone’s first name in Google Contacts, the first name in HubSpot should not change. Only changes that I make in HubSpot should be synced to Google Contacts.
- Someone’s first name could be spelled differently in both apps before I set up a two-way sync. This setting confirms it’s okay to have HubSpot’s first name overwrite Google Contact’s first name.
✅ The drop-down shown here is a filter in a sync rule. It contains a long list of properties through which you can scope your sync to sync just a subset of data. What kind of properties will make up this list?
- Only the default HubSpot properties for contacts — custom properties can be found elsewhere
- HubSpot properties for contacts, along with data linked to Service Hub tickets
- All default and custom HubSpot properties for contacts and companies
- PieSync is cheaper when it only runs as a one-way sync.
- You don’t want to make any inadvertent changes to HubSpot’s data.
- This is the only way to prevent your Google private contacts from syncing into HubSpot.
✅ I’m in the process of setting up field mappings to sync the HubSpot lifecycle stage directly into Mailchimp’s “Tags” field. I want “Subscriber” or “Customer” to sync respectively as tags in Mailchimp. However, from this screenshot, you can see this is not possible. “Tags” is greyed out. Why would this not be possible?
- Tags have to be created beforehand in Mailchimp through its user interface, so a direct field mapping won’t work here.
- Since HubSpot does not work with tags, a field mapping to Mailchimp tags will not work either.
- The PieSync license in which this screenshot is captured probably doesn’t allow for this type of mapping.
- Contacts can only sync to either Google or Outlook, not both at the same time.
- The sync with Outlook is paused — resume this sync and the contacts will sync again.
- The maximum number of contacts that can be synced has been reached.
✅ Review this scenario and screenshot: Oh no! A colleague who did not complete a training on PieSync logged into PieSync and changed the default sync rules, turning it into this atrocity instead. Why is this not making any sense?
- We don’t have any contacts named John nor Mary in our contacts database.
- It does not take into account that “John” can sometimes be spelled “Jon” without an “h.”
- Setting up these rules are overkill, and in fact, limit the sync to contacts named only John or Mary.
✅ You want to keep HubSpot and Intercom in sync, but you don’t want new Intercom contacts to ever be created in HubSpot. How can you tell PieSync to keep existing Intercom contacts in sync with HubSpot?
- By adding an action to the second and third rule that says ‘only perform updates’.
- By adding a filter to the second and third rule that says ‘in HubSpot CRM’.
- By either deleting or disabling the second connection rule.
- It’s not possible, PieSync will always sync historical contacts.
- The operator should not state “equals.” It should instead state “contains.”
- The rule logic is wrong — a contact can never be a lead and a customer at the same time. These should be split up into two separate sync rules.
- Instead of “AND” an “OR” operator should have been selected.