Comparison of properties as enrollment condition on lists/workflows


Allow a new condition in lists/workflows that compares different properties. One example it can help with is to automatically find who is the primary contact for a company.


You could do it in a workflow like this:

IF Contact Email is equal to Company Email 

THEN set contact property Primary Contact to YES.


HubSpot updates
Status updated to: Being Reviewed
May 18, 2020

Hi Everyone,


I'm Jesse Tremblay, Product Manager for our Automation products here at HubSpot. Thanks for all of your feedback on this thread.


While we don't currently have anything planned here, we are going to be reviewing this idea. We will update this thread as we learn more.




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Hi @jtremblay  !

Completely agree with @gtwright 


"I'd love to be able to compare two numerical contact properties in a workflow. For example, if property A is greater than property B, then do X, else do Y."


Now we can only compare between date properties, would be really useful to be able to compare between numerical properties,

at least between ones that are of the same entity (two number properties in contacts for example).

Comparing between contact & company properties for sure requires more work, but comparing contact properties of the contact,  or ticket properties of a ticket, the same for deals, etc. Seems more feasible.


Thanks in advance! 🙂




And here's another really simple yet essential – yet missing functionality on HubSpot. Very difficult to understand how such essential things are missing after years...


This feature is very much needed by our company.


This would allow us to stop creating duplicate data by checking in a workflow if any existing company name == new contact's company name (which was entered from a form) before creating another company that just has to be merged later.



Any updates, HubSpot team? This would be a great feature!

Sometimes we need to match if two properties are the same due to some import/export process and is a pain to do this with Google Sheets.


Best, Felix




I solved my problem though a third property that I'm comparing the other two with. This is for checking if a customer is overutilized on a license: 





Nothing new Hubspot? It's been almost a year since you said it was beeing reviewd. 

This is a highly wanted feature! 


Definitely needed. Especially when comparing created at or updated at dates with synced date properties