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Analyze sequence enrollment and performance data

Last updated: July 26, 2022

Applies to:

Sales Hub Professional, Enterprise
Service Hub Professional, Enterprise

Once you start enrolling contacts in your sequences, you can view a summary of all sequences and monitor each sequence's performance.

Analyzing their performance will tell you which sequences elicit more replies and prompt more meetings booked, and which sequences may need to be customized further.

To further analyze the quality and effectiveness of your sequences, learn how to understand your sequence sender score

Please note: this article includes information about beta features. To manage your access to these features, click Sequences reporting beta options in the bottom left of the sequences dashboard.

View performance data for a specific sequence

To monitor the performance of your individual sequences:

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Automation > Sequences.
  • On the Manage tab, you can compare how your sequences are performing by reviewing the data in the Reply Rate and Meeting Rate columns.


  • To view open and click data for an individual sequence, click the sequence name.
  • On the Performance tab, use the dropdown menus to filter sequence data by specific associated companies, users who enrolled contacts, or enrollment dates.
    • The first report shows an overview of the sequence's open rate, click rate, and reply rate totals. This applies to automated emails and emails sent as a part of a task in the sequence. You can analyze the following metrics:
      • Total enrollments: the total number of unique contacts enrolled in the sequence.
      • Open rate: the percentage of contacts who opened any of the sequence's email at least once. 
      • Reply rate: the percentage of contacts who replied at least once while enrolled in sequence. This includes any emails received from a contact causing automatic unenrollment. This can include emails that were not part of the sequence.
      • Meeting rate: the percentage of contacts who booked a meeting while enrolled in the sequence. This includes any meetings scheduled causing automatic unenrollment. This can include one-off meetings scheduled in HubSpot.
      • No response: the percentage of contacts whose enrollment in the sequence ended with no response. 

 

    • The Email performance report shows the number of sends, as well as data for opens, clicks, replies, and meetings for each template used in a sequence. By default, it shows percentages. To switch to the total count of each, click Counts in the top right of the report.


    • The Enrollment by step reports shows the number of contacts in each step, separated by their status. Click a bar to view more information about the contacts.

  • To view more information about the sequence's enrollments, click the Enrollments tab.
    • On the left, click a status to view contacts based on their enrollment status.
    • To pause, resume, or end a contact's enrollments:
      • Select the checkboxes next to the contact names.
      • At the top of the table, select Pause, Resume, or Unenroll.


Analyze sequence engagement and top enrollments

On the Analyze tab, you can review at a high-level how contacts are engaging with your sequences and review which contacts are the most engaged.

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Automation > Sequences.
  • Navigate to the Analyze tab.
  • At the top of the page, use the dropdown menus to filter data by specific associated companies, sequences, users who enrolled contacts, or enrollment dates.
  • In the first report, you can analyze the following metrics for sequences:
    • Total enrollments: the total number of unique contacts enrolled in sequences. Some contacts may be enrolled in multiple sequences.
    • Open rate: the percentage of contacts who opened any sequence email at least once. 
    • Reply rate: the percentage of contacts who replied at least once to any email sent from a sequence. 
    • Meeting rate: the percentage of contacts who booked a meeting while enrolled.
    • No response: the percentage of contacts whose enrollment ended with no response.


  • To compare the performance of your sequences, scroll to the Sequence performance table. The table shows a list of your sequences, when they were created, how many contacts are enrolled, as well as how many opens, clicks, replies, and meetings came from the sequence.

Please note: only users in Sales Hub Professional or Enterprise account can access click tracking metrics for sequences.





  • To review the most engaged contacts in the filtered sequences, scroll to the Highly engaged contacts table. This table shows a list of contacts, their associated company, sequence status, the latest and next steps in a sequence, the number of emails sent, and the number of email opens and clicks. To navigate to a contact, company, or sequence, click the name in the respective column.

Add sequence reports to your reporting dashboard

You can review data about your sequences' performance on your reporting dashboards.  If you are a Sales Hub Professional or Enterprise user, you can review your sequence performance in the sales content analytics tool. You can also create reports using the custom report builder

To add a sequence report to your reporting dashboard:

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Reports > Dashboards.
  • In the upper right, click Add report, then select From the report library.
  • In the search bar in the upper right, search for sequences
  • Analyze your sequence performance using the following reports:
    • Sequence enroll, opens, and clicks by month: it shows the total number of enrolled contacts for the month, as well as the rate of opens, clicks, replies, meetings created, and unsubscribes per enrollment.
    • Sequence enrollment totals and engagements: It shows the total enrolled contacts in each sequence and how they are engaging with your sequence.
  • To add the report to your dashboard, click Save report.

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