Last updated: December 2, 2022
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You can import files to create and update HubSpot records in bulk. This article explains how to import a single type of record, also known as an object.
When importing a single object, you can create or update the following objects: contacts, companies, deals, tickets, products, and defined custom objects. You can also import to create new calls and tasks.
You can also import and associate records across multiple objects and import activities in HubSpot. If you have data in another system and want to set up a two-way sync, learn how to connect and use HubSpot data sync rather than importing.
Before you start an import, set up your import file and confirm you have all the required fields for your single object import.
To bulk create or update one object (e.g., contacts):
Please note: if you're using an existing contact's secondary email in HubSpot as their unique identifier, the secondary email will not replace the primary email as long as you do not include the Record ID column in your file. If you include both the secondary email and Record ID as columns in your file, the secondary email will replace the primary email when imported.
You can view, analyze, and complete actions with your previous imports. Learn how to create a list, review import errors, or view and delete imported records.
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