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Export All Properties in CSV.

We just switched over to HubSpot from Salesforce and are trying to do an audit on which properties we have - so we can find duplicates and either merge or delete them. It would be great if we could export all existing Properties in our system with their Name, Description, Type, # Contacts w/ Value, Workflows Used In, Lists Used In, etc. 

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Nuevo colaborador

This is crazy that you cannot do this. Need this ASAP

Colaborador ocasional

+1 for this idea! 

Colaborador habitual

How is it possible this isn't available? Seems like a very typical admin requirement.


Bump this up, this would be great

Colaborador habitual

Bumping as we need this feature as well. We have a contact property that lists our part-time educators. These names change regularly as people join and leave the team. It would be helpful to be able to export a list of who is currently in there and compare it to our HR database. Even the ability to copy and paste into excel would be fine! We can't do that with the way the property labels are listed though. 

Colaborador ocasional

Please add this to the roadmap!!

Nuevo miembro

Agreed, going through the HS <> Zoho integration process using Automate and looks like it's going to be messy. 

Colaborador ocasional

Please add this option.  We can export so much, why not the properties?

Colaborador ocasional

Double yes! Please implement this, it will make managing and cleaning up our data base infinitely easier!

BernardoV Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner | Certified Trainer
Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner | Certified Trainer

Agreed. A lot of our clients choose HubSpot because of its integration posibilities. But issues like this one make the job really hard for us once we have closed the client.  It´d be greate to see a feature like this coming soon. 


Nuevo miembro

Having *all* properties in one filtrable view as opposed to exporting would also achieve this. Anyone who did some work in HS needs to do cleanups from time to time. Currently this is mostly a Manuel Job.manuel_job_1.png

Colaborador habitual

We have been using Hubspot a while and have lots of fields in the system. Some we can likely now consolidate and others we probably should delete.

I need the following property information from our instance in a csv or spreadsheet with all the fields to see and manage the fields.. in Company, Contacts, and Deal ( I assume this would be 3 sheets).
- Property Label

- Internal Name

- Description

- Group

- Field Type
- # Companies with a value
- # Workflows
- # Lists

I was told by support that there is no way to get the information myself, and support has no way of providing me the information as well.

I have been told my only choices are to navigate to each property sheet, one by one to manually build the report of the fields in my instance I need and complain here.

Nuevo colaborador



When I needed a list of all contact properties, this worked for me: 


  1. Build a list of just one contact (for simplicity) and export it to Excel with ALL properties. That will give you an Excel sheet with a large number of columns. 
  2. From there it's easy to use the Excel feature to "transpose" columns into rows. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/transpose-rotate-data-from-rows-to-columns-or-vice-versa-34....
  3. Then you have your list of contact properties. 


Colaborador ocasional

This would be extremely helpful with the API. Please make it happen!

Nuevo colaborador

We need this too. What's a workaround? type them out? ugh. 

Colaborador ocasional

Need it to some integration we need to do. HubSpot provides a way to download each property alone but can't do it to the entire list of properties ??? that is ridiculous 


This is a must-have feature for any marketing automation tool. It is hard to understand why this feature does not exist?

Colaborador ocasional

100% this!

Colaborador ocasional

Another +1 for this idea - when I'm building templates for data import i need to know the dropdown values so they import correctly. Copying and pasting the values is incredibly inefficient.

BernardoV Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner | Certified Trainer
Occasional Contributor | Gold Partner | Certified Trainer

The transpose idea mentioned by Kristen Tange is a great way to have a properties innventory, even when we have this option I think we need to be able to download the properties name with the options available for each property with their internal values.  Because working with transpose on ecel solves one step of the processbut once we have the list we need to add manually the options for each coontact/deal/ticket property.