Sequences - Custom Unenrollment Actions

Margstar

It would be helpful to have additional CTA options to unenroll contacts from sequences beyond the standard "booked meeting" or "replied to email." For instance, we run a lot of webinars and use Sequences to promote them to our contacts. In this case, it would be great if we could set "clicked registration link" as the unenrollment criteria. 

 

Right now I'm looking through the registration emails to see if they came in from the sequence, going into the contact record and manually unenrolling them so they won't get any more invites. 

13 Replies
mikgrieve
Member

Agree.

The unenroll options are limited but understandable given there would be large variations in criteria.

If not included in sequence setup (given again, variations in criteria) then allowing automated unenrollment control via workflows would suffice.

awdimmick
Member

I agree as well, this feature would be very beneficial, especially if the lifecycle stage changes. for us, many of our sequences encourage leads to give us a call for a consultation, and instead of having to manually unenroll, setting up a sequence to unenroll based on a lifecycle stage would be incredible. 

mchvatal
Contributor

I'd like to piggy-back on this idea as well. We have one use-case where we would like to use sequences to get customers to fill out a maintenance request. This way we get the information we need to perform the maintenance, the form details get automatically sent to customer service, and everything is logged in CRM for easy reference. However, it's not getting mass blasted to a list. The sales team wants to be able to send these out when appropriate, personalize them and make them look like a one-to-one email, so workflows aren't an option. At the same time, they are potentially sending out hundreds of emails so we need to be able to automate the reminders.

 

paulaburza
Member

This would be very helpful for us too.

twilliams
Member

I am not sure if this has been addressed yet. However, it would be useful for larger sequences to filter out contacts who have opened or clicked on the emails we have sent. I imagine it looking similar to the capabilities of filtering in the "Marketing Workflows". Any capabilities to get more granular with our target audience is always a plus.

finn
Top Contributor

+1

 

Good idea

adhoc
Member

Great idea.

wmeyer
Participant

It would be great to be able to unenroll based on a call outcome, pipeline stages, or other actions!

JustinTAnderso1
Participant

Seconded. We work exclusively in ecommerce so most commonly a sales rep might need to manually check if the customer just ended up buying online, on their own. (At this point this limitation forces our clients to either NOT use the Sales Sequences tool or write the emails in such a way that it's okay for them to be ignorant of whether the client has made a cart purchase, neither of which are ideal)

 

In addition to the default "booked meeting/replied to sales email" Sequence unenrollment triggers that are already in place,

if HubSpot added the feature of "presence in a Marketing List" for Sequence unenrollment then that would cover pretty much every possible unenrollment use case. From making an ecommerce purchase to ones listed here like clicking a CTA to a deal moving into a particular pipeline stage, etc. 

 

Active/Static List-based unenrollment would be the quickest way to give maximum flexibility to the Sales Sequences tool.

rwong
HubSpot Employee

Upvoting on behalf of a customer! It would be super useful to be able to set goals for sequences to customise what triggers an automatic unenrollment, similar to contact-based workflow goals: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/workflows/unenroll-contacts-in-contact-based-workflows-with-goals

Use case: unenrolling contacts if they had a deal created and associated with them (though they didn't respond to the sequence emails or book a meeting)

ktfritchen
Participant

Agree! The lack of control & automation between Sequences and Workflows is very aggravating to me... This was supposed to help align sales & marketing activities, but it's no different than using other SDR tools like Outreach

RBMG
Member

Agreed

Juhi_06
Member

Automatic unenrollment of the contacts should not stay limited to email responses. It should be extended to calls, events, webinars, etc.