In this series of posts, we look at some commonly asked questions from the HubSpot Community Forum. In this first post we look at the problems experienced by some users when trying to log email replies within Hubspot.
In our regular series on Hubspot Q&A, we discuss why HubSpot doesn't support Apple Mail or Safari users and the workarounds that are available.
In our regular series of HubSpot Q&A, we look at some of the most common questions raised by users in the HubSpot Community Forum. This month we investigate how new users can migrate historic emails to Hubspot. The HubSpot Community Forum is full of emails from customers who are moving from other CRM’s such as Salesforce, Copper and Freshsales who don’t want to lose the valuable intelligence gained from historic emails.
The latest in our series of frequently asked questions about the Hubspot + Threads integration. This month we look at how much data the average user needs and which of our subscription plans is best for your team.
Q: How can I log emails sent on a mobile app? A: Yes! Emails sent using the HubSpot mobile app will be automatically logged in HubSpot CRM. However, one drawback is that the HubSpot app does not support attachments. For remote teams that wish to send an attachment (such as a quote or pdf), this…
In our regular series of HubSpot Q&A, we discuss some of the most common reasons why you discover a missing emails is not appearing in your HubSpot contact timeline.
Fed up of HubSpot creating contacts for you when logging emails? With the Threads integration built for HubSpot, we will only log emails with your existing deals and contacts in HubSpot so that you can spend more time on your business and less time cleaning up your CRM.
In this blog we discuss the key security features of Threads and how we are working to keep your data safe.
In this post we explain a little about business telephone systems and how Threads ingests phone calls so that they may be replayed and transcribed (using ASR) at will. A key feature of Threads call ingestion is that it happens transparently to the user and is totally independent of the telephone system in use. As a result, the Threads subscriber is not tied to one particular business telephone system manufacturer nor to require special software or plug-ins. We also discuss how calls may be ingested from landline and mobile networks.
The majority of customers give Threads 5 star reviews. But some of the reviews rightly draw attention to the fact that the initial setup of Threads can be a pain to configure. This blog examines some of the issues in collecting emails.
When computer scientists began researching automatic speech recognition (ASR) in the 1980s, the aim of transcribing telephone calls was well down their list of priorities. For one thing the audio quality of phone calls was, by today’s standards, awful and for another, general-purpose computers typically had 1/1000 the horsepower of even a mobile phone of…
It was Alan Turing who first discussed “Machine Intelligence” in his seminal 1950 paper for Mind “Computer Machinery and Intelligence.” Although we freely interchange the terms “machine”, “artificial” and “computer”, it is the “Intelligence” that is significant. What did he mean by it? Turing suggested that if, having removed the obvious machine characteristics, a human…