Are Webhooks and contact API on free tier?

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essestefano
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I am looking to develop an application that gets a notification every time a contact is added and store the contact phone number on my own database. I am planning to do this through Webhooks and Contacts API. 
Is this going to be possible with the free hubspot or do I need an enterprise subscription?

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Teun
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Based on the docs of the CRM API, you should be fine with a free HubSpot account.

https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/api/crm/contacts



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Teun
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Hi @essestefano ,

 

The docs tell us the following:

 

Using the Webhooks API requires the following:

  • That you set up a HubSpot app to use webhooks by subscribing to the events you want to be notified about, and by specifying a URL to send those notifications. See the prerequisites documentation for more details about creating an app.
  • That you deploy a publicly available, secure (HTTPS) endpoint for that URL that can handle the webhook payloads specified in this documentation.

Webhooks are set up for a HubSpot app, not individual accounts. Any accounts that install your app (by going through the OAuth flow) will be subscribed to its webhook subscriptions.

 

So if you create a developer account and use the test portals you can create with it, you should be able to create your app.



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essestefano
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Hi Teun,

I am planning to develop this application for my own hubspot account. I don't plan to make it availabe to anyone else.

So my question is: once I have developed this app, to use it with my own hubspot account, do I need free, starter, professional or enteriprese hubspot account?

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Teun
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Based on the docs of the CRM API, you should be fine with a free HubSpot account.

https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/api/crm/contacts



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