Restore tasks

AllisonZ

Similarly to how we can restore contacts, companies and deals, it would be a great addition to be able to restore tasks. 

 

Sales teams are heavily reliant on working through specific tasks in order to meet their goals and metrics, however when these are lost, it can have a tremendous impact on business profitability. The workflow is interupted and information is lost, customers aren't followed up on as they normally would be as well as a variety of other reasons make this an important feature to implement. 

9 Replies
HeadHunterSthlm
Member

This would be very helpful to me within my role as sales assistant at a head hunting firm. Especially useful for an administrator within a company that manages tasks for an entire sales team.

noamkahn
HubSpot Employee

this is important!

michellbixler
Member

This would be a great addition to HubSpot

StevenBakker
Participant

We accidentally completed all upcoming tasks of our sales team and have no way to restore them. Please make this available in a future update!

684641
Member

This is definitely a must have! I accidentally removed my overdue tasks and now there's no way for me to return them. A simple option such as this would have easily solved my issue.

PaulClappers
Contributor

It would also be great if we can track deleted or postponed tasks, with the reason why. Just like when you move a deal to Closed Lost. 

dkeir
Participant

I need this too!  Accidentally deleted a task when I was showing a colleague how to edit the task details and have no way of finding it again!

Status updated to: In Beta
JoeMayall
HubSpot Product Team

Hi folks!

 

The ability to restore tasks is now in beta. You can restore tasks by going to a record > actions > restore activity.

 

Best!

Joe 

Status updated to: Delivered
JoeMayall
HubSpot Product Team

Hi folks!

 

I'm happy to report this Idea is now Delivered. More info on restoring tasks can be found on this Knowledge Base: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/crm-setup/restore-deleted-activity-in-a-record

 

Best,

Joe