If you use the HubSpot Integration, you most likely have properties there that you'd like to attach in Drift that are not there by default. These properties are important for your sales or marketing teams so you can create workflows in both Drift and HubSpot and to make sure that you're keeping all of the data on your prospects constant throughout your tech stack.
In this doc, we'll cover
- how to map Drift Attributes to HubSpot properties manually in your integrations settings
- how to use attributes for targeted reporting
Mapping Drift and Custom Attributes to HubSpot Attributes
From there, find the Mapped Hubspot Attributes section.
Here, you can select the Drift value that you'd like to map to a HubSpot value!
You can also write in your own Static attribute as well - this be the value that passes over for every record.
A common use case would be mapping the text "Drift" to the HubSpot "Lead Source"
(ex. Country = United States trying to map to a Country field that only accepts US)
Use Attributes for Targeted Reporting in HubSpot
Organizations may want to see which playbooks are creating the most leads in HubSpot. Below is a tip on how you can manage this with attribute mapping!
Let's use these playbooks as an example:
When editing each playbook, head over to the Goals section and find the Bot Qualified goal.
Here, you can create a new goal for when a lead is qualified by each individual playbook.
For this example, we would add Home, Pricing, Products, and Support Qualified goals, instead of Bot Qualified goals for all four.
Then, you can go to the Integrations section under Settings and map the Lead Stage to HubSpot!
This will cause Leads added to HubSpot to have a tag relevant to the playbook they engaged with.