Last updated: August 6, 2021
In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Website > Website Pages.
Hover over the website page named Home, then click the More dropdown menu and select View. This will open your migrated website in staging so you can compare it to your live website.
When you're logged into your HubSpot account, you'll see a small button with the HubSpot icon sprocket in the upper right corner of your live HubSpot-hosted pages. To access the page editor, click the HubSpot icon sprocket and select Edit Page.
After you migrate your blog to HubSpot, you can review your blog template and your migrated blog posts.
To review your blog template:
Please note: the templates HubSpot's migration team created for you will be added to your default HubSpot blog.
After reviewing your new templates, you can report design issues to a migration services specialist.
Please note: you can only report migration issues within the 60 day period after a migration's completion date.
After your blog or website migration is complete, you'll need to review any other migrated content and customize your settings in HubSpot:
Please note: a HubSpot migration is not a redesign project. Migration technicians reproduce your original website content as closely as possible in the CMS, in accordance with the website review completed and signed before the migration. You can check out our Design Forum for advice about editing your site after the migration, or work with one of our Service Marketplace Providers for a site redesign.
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