Last updated: January 19, 2021
You can embed external media, such as a YouTube video, in a rich text module in your pages, blog posts, and knowledge base articles. You can also embed a video with a URL in a video module. Most media providers are supported.
To track interactions with a video on your page or blog post, learn how to add HubSpot Video to your content.
The embed feature supports URLs in oEmbed format, which is common for most media types, including: YouTube, Spotify, and Vimeo. For a full list of supported media providers, see the oEmbed documentation.
Media files with additional security, such as a private YouTube video, are not supported.
Please note: if you get an error message when trying to embed your media file using a URL, try pasting the full embed code instead.
You can embed your media file with a file URL by following the steps below. As a shortcut, you can paste the URL of your embedded media directly in the rich text editor. The media file preview will populate automatically.
The easiest way to replace an embedded file is to delete the original, and repeat the steps above.
Learn more about how to edit the styling of embedded media.
You can also embed an external video on your page or a marketing email with a video module. This module is only available in the drag and drop page editor and the drag and drop marketing email editor.
Your video will be responsive by default. To customize the video's appearance:
Please note: forms embedded in a rich text module using the embed option may not display in the page editor. To view the embedded form you can view the page preview.
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