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DMurphy1
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Adding additional owners to a contact

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With the change of the propert Hubspot Owner to Contact OWner, I think we are also able to add additional owners to a contact (such as Company Owner). Is there a way to add a custom owner? I'd like to add WarrantyOwner so that the person managing our warranty accounts can easily filter her contacts. Is that possible?

 

 

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Phil_Vallender
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Adding additional owners to a contact

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Hi @DMurphy1

 

This change doesn't really let you add additional owners to a contact, its just clarifying the way that 'hubspot owner' could apply to either contact, company or deal in the past, which was a bit confusing. More info on that here: [Heads Up] We’re Changing the Name of the HubSpot Owner Property

 

Now each object has a similarly named owner property. 

 

This also doesn't allow you create additional custom owners but you could use your own custom property for that - although it would support the same features as the built-in object owners like sending emails in their name or giving them notifications. 


Hope this helps. 

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies

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Phil_Vallender
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Most Valuable Member | Elite Partner
Most Valuable Member | Elite Partner

Adding additional owners to a contact

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Hi @DMurphy1

 

This change doesn't really let you add additional owners to a contact, its just clarifying the way that 'hubspot owner' could apply to either contact, company or deal in the past, which was a bit confusing. More info on that here: [Heads Up] We’re Changing the Name of the HubSpot Owner Property

 

Now each object has a similarly named owner property. 

 

This also doesn't allow you create additional custom owners but you could use your own custom property for that - although it would support the same features as the built-in object owners like sending emails in their name or giving them notifications. 


Hope this helps. 

Phil Vallender | Inbound marketing for B2B technology companies