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LKrause
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Why is the "last sequence enrolled" property numeric? I can't use it in reports if there is no name

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I am trying to create some reports on Sequences yet when I use the property, "last sequence enrolled" it is a numeric value, not alphanumeric.    There must be some unknown reason why this is so.  Why would I want to display a number in a report and not the actual name of the Sequence?   

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karstenkoehler
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Why is the "last sequence enrolled" property numeric? I can't use it in reports if there is no name

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Hi @LKrause,

 

I was wondering the same when this was launched and asked @jennysowyrda about this, her response:

 


Thank you for reaching out and sharing this. I've confirmed with the team that the sequence ID (the numbers at the end of the URL when looking at the sequence) is what you can use for the "last sequence enrolled" property. 

 

I've submitted feedback to the team as well to suggest they share a tooltip, or other help text, to help users understand why this is a number based property and what should be input. 


So this is currently expected behavior. I'd agree that this is confusing.

 

The product team might be working on this right now. You could submit a request in the HubSpot Ideas section of the community, the product team reviews these based on popularity. I'll happily upvote it.

 

Best regards!

Karsten Köhler
Digital Marketer | HubSpot Freelancer | CRM Consultant

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ACastro6
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Why is the "last sequence enrolled" property numeric? I can't use it in reports if there is no name

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There is a way to turnaround this. You can build a report usind the 'last sequence enrolled' property. In this report, hubspot inform you the sequence´s internal numbers and you can use this in the filters.

 

Regards,

 

Alexandre Castro 

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karstenkoehler
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Why is the "last sequence enrolled" property numeric? I can't use it in reports if there is no name

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Found and upvoted it, @LKrause! 🙂 If you consider this answered, you can help the community by accepting my earlier post as a solution, I'd appreciate it.

Karsten Köhler
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karstenkoehler
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Why is the "last sequence enrolled" property numeric? I can't use it in reports if there is no name

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Hi @LKrause,

 

I was wondering the same when this was launched and asked @jennysowyrda about this, her response:

 


Thank you for reaching out and sharing this. I've confirmed with the team that the sequence ID (the numbers at the end of the URL when looking at the sequence) is what you can use for the "last sequence enrolled" property. 

 

I've submitted feedback to the team as well to suggest they share a tooltip, or other help text, to help users understand why this is a number based property and what should be input. 


So this is currently expected behavior. I'd agree that this is confusing.

 

The product team might be working on this right now. You could submit a request in the HubSpot Ideas section of the community, the product team reviews these based on popularity. I'll happily upvote it.

 

Best regards!

Karsten Köhler
Digital Marketer | HubSpot Freelancer | CRM Consultant

Beratungstermin mit Karsten vereinbaren


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LKrause
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Why is the "last sequence enrolled" property numeric? I can't use it in reports if there is no name

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Thanks Karsten, That is just crazy.  I did put it in the ideas sections just now. Thanks!

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