Currently if a user has access to edit one contact's property, they have access to edit all contact properties.
We have the ability to restrict a user from creating or deleting properties but it would be incredibly helpful to restrict the editing of certian properties.
We have employees who need access to edit basic property fields on a contact's profile (name, phone number....etc) however there are other properties we don't want them to touch which may affect conversions, sales, or customer relations - currently we cannot restrict this.
What's worse is there's no means of checking (other than one by one contact by contact). It would be helpful if we could run a report that says Show me every time USER 1 edited the PHONE NUMBER property on all contacts system wide.
Hello HubSpot community,
Thank you all for your continued valuable feedback. I'm excited to let you all know that this feature is now live in all accounts with an Enterprise subscription of any kind. We put together a blog post running down the details which you can find here. We also have a HubSpot Knowledge Base article that explains the product in more detail.
As always, we built this with your businesses in mind. So, please keep the ideas and feedback coming, they are the most valuable inputs we have into helping you grow better!
Additionally, if you'd be willing to spend time talking with us about this specific product idea, feel free to book a time that works best using my meetings link here.
Hi HubSpot Community,
Thank you for your continued input and feedback on this issue, we really appreciate it. We're very interested in learning more about the specifics that each of your businesses are facing around this issue, in order for us as a Product Team to build the best solution possible. If you're willing to provide further input, as well as have a conversation with a member of our team about your specific example, we put together this form.
Thank you in advance for your detailed responses, we look forward to hearing from you and building out a solution as well!
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