Filter Prospects by Specific URLs/Page Visited


The Prospects tool does not currently support filtering based on specific URL visits. 'Number of Page Views' is the only filter related to views/visits supported in the Prospects tool at this time. Would love to be able to see all visits that came through a specific-IRL. The immediate use case for me is to see Prospects that visited a 'vanity' URL I'm using in TV advertising.

HubSpot updates
Jun 26, 2020

Hey folks! We're continuing to work on Prospects and we'd love your input. Would anyone be willing to hop on the phone with us for 20 or 30 minutes (cc @nlacy) and help us understand how you're currently using the app? If you are, fill out this form and we'll reach out!

Status updated to: Not Currently Planned
May 4, 2020

Hey folks - my name is Ethan and I'm a Product Manager at HubSpot. I wanted to let you know about how we're thinking about Prospects in the future. This post is similar to my other one on another top-voted Prospects idea.

While we don't have plans to bring back the exact feature of showing pageviews in Prospects, I wanted you to know that it's not because we don't want to invest in Prospect-like functionality. Quite the opposite! Over time, you should see more and more of this functionality available in the platform. As an example, the new "Account Overview" (a Sales Professional feature shipping May 19th as part of the ABM launch) will show all pages viewed by known visitors AND anonymous viewers associated with an account. 


This idea is actually a great example of functionality that could be rolled into reporting or revisit notification. In the coming weeks, I may ask if anyone is willing to talk about this use case more. No matter what, I will keep this thread in the loop as we do more discovery about how these features will find themselves into the platform overall. I know product development can be frustrating, but I genuinely appreciate the feedback and the enthusiam. Thank you.

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When Prospects hit our landing page and are "known", I'd like to set up a filter to find them and connect with them (without having to open each account). 


Agree! Our sales manager would like to see who looked at a specific landing page but didn't fill out the form and reach out to them personally, but can't easily see who those prospects were. We'd love to be able to see who visited a specific LP.


We get a ton of job applicants visiting our careers page and the companies those applicants are from are then added Prospects. I'd like to be able to clean out that list of companies by searching against those that visited our careers page.


Right now, the Prospects or Visits view shows companies who have visited the website, and when we drill down on the companies we can see which pages the anonymous visitors have visited. It would be good to have a reverse view where we show the list of pages and when we can drill down the pages to see which companies visited them. Something similar to the picture shown below. 




Would be great to have it!


Yes, it woudl be great to be able to report on website visits broken down by specific pages. I'm interested in seeing what companies visited what pages (even if the visitors are anonymous). I know the data is there, because I can access it by going to 'prospects' and clicking into each one individually, but there is no option to pull a report on this. Thanks!


This is a little different of a use case, but I think the feature would help me too. Since our website caters to both technology companies, patients and healthcare provider organizations, I want to filter certain things OUT. For example, my sales team does not want to be able to filter out traffic from patients. We would be able to do this if we could filter out prospects who have visist our patient specific page. 


The current functionality of the Prospects report does not provide a way to segment visits by different domains. We are losing a lot of reporting insights because of this.


Make this happen please.


I would really find great use for this to filter high value pages instantly


We are soooo demanding this.  As we have different product landing pages here in our company it would be perfect to the the prospects of different landing pages as they are done by different teams. at the moment we have to use a human trainee (poor guy) to click through all this and make an excel table out of it. 

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We have 2 very different target audiences and would like to filter out the visits that went to specific URLs for one in order to find the real warm leads.


It would be great to see this feature added. We do not need to see those prospects who are visiting our login page, as this data is not useful for our Sales team to follow up with. 


I agree to this completely.  I have access to the sales and marketing sides and I believe this functionality creates a warm enough prospect for a potential new customer.


Please make it happen.  I would be able to eliminate a competitor service by being able to do it here.


I'm still waiting for this deperatly


Please make this happen! We offer very diverse services and it would be highly useful to be able to segment emails based on which service the lead looked at. With all of Hubspot's emphasis on segmentation, I was surprised to find this feature did not exist when I recently tried to do it. 


Another vote for this please



When you use the Prospects tool and you are using the multiple domain tracking feature of Hubspot Marketing Basic/Pro/Enterprise, you can't filter by which domain the prospect landed on.


In my case, we have two sites that we track. One is a more corporate site that contains multiple products, and the other is a site dedicated to one particular product. They are related but definitely not the same, and if I wanted to follow up with a company on the Prospect list, I couldn't do it with the correct message because you don't want to pitch somebody candy when they are only interested in chocolate.


At the least, it would be great to have an option in the "filter by" drop down that includes domain visited.



One more vote here.

That would be extremely useful for Lead Scoring


It's 2019 and this feature is still not available, come on Hubspot!!