Last updated: September 29, 2021
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Users with Delete permission can delete individual records in HubSpot, including contacts, companies, deals, tickets, custom objects, and calls. Users with Bulk delete permission can can also delete records in bulk.
If you've deleted a record by mistake, you can restore records deleted within the last 90 days.
Click the name of your record.
In the left panel, click the Actions dropdown menu, then select Delete.
If you're deleting a contact, in the dialog box, select an option:
Delete this contact with the ability to restore within 90 days: the deleted contact will go to the recycle bin where you can restore it within 90 days.
Permanently delete this contact and all its associated content to follow privacy laws and regulations: the contact will be permanently deleted and you will be unable to restore it. Learn more about permanently deleting contacts to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
You can delete a single record or delete records in bulk from each object's index page.
To delete all of the records on your current page, select the Select all checkbox at the top of the table. Then, to select all of the records in the filter, click the Select all [number] [records] link.
At the top of the table, click delete Delete.
In the dialog box, enter the number of records to delete, then click Delete.
If your contacts or companies are members of a list, you can also delete the records from the list. If you want to delete the list but not the records, learn how to delete a list.
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