Last updated: September 29, 2021
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Activities in a record's timeline can be associated to other records, including contact, company, deal, ticket, and custom object records. When an activity is associated to a record, the activity will appear in that record's timeline.
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HubSpot will automatically associate certain activities in a record to the record's associated objects. Whether an activity automatically associates depends on the type of activity and which object the activity originates in.
In the following table, a checkmark indicates that the activity will automatically associate to associated records of that object. For example, a note logged on a contact record will automatically associate to the contact record's associated company, but not to the contact record's associated tickets.
|Object of origin||Associated object|
|Logged calls, emails, meetings, and notes|
|*This applies only to the five most recent associated open deals. Open deals are deals that are not in closed-won or closed-lost deal stages.
There are a few exceptions to the above:
If your activities are not automatically associated to certain records, you can manually associate activities to other records.
Locate the activity you'd like to associate to a record. If the activity details are collapsed, click the right right arrow in the top left of the activity to expand it.
In the bottom right of the activity, click [x] associations.
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