As of now, when using the page view filter in a list or workflow, it is not possible to filter based on the UTM parameters of the URL that a contact visited. This is because Hubspot strips the UTM parameters from its records of a contact's visited URL(s) as explained here: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/lists/how-are-url-query-string-parameters-handled-in-the-lists-tool.
Therefore, it is not possible to determine in a list or workflow whether someone came from social or a paid campaign (when those parameters are defined as the "utm_source" for specific URLs). This would be a very valuable insight that can be used in what/if scenarios in workflows. For instance, in order to assign contact A (coming from social) to track X in the workflow and contact B (coming from a paid campaign) to track Y in the same workflow.
It would be even nicer if the UTM parameter(s) could be extracted from a short "hubs.ly" URL. That way, the URLs used in for instance social posts stay clean, trackable AND become usable in workflows/lists.
Or does anyone on here have a workaround that I am not aware of (i.e. something other than using the page view filter)?
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