There's a new version of the HubSpot API
As of November 30, 2022, HubSpot API keys are no longer a supported authentication method for accessing HubSpot APIs. Instead, you should use a private app access token or OAuth to authenticate API calls. Learn more about this change and how to migrate an API key integration to use a private app instead.
|Required Parameters||How to use||Description|
used in the request URL
|Your Developer HAPIkey. This must be a Developer HAPIkey associated with the Developer portal that the OAuth app was created in.|
|Object details||Used in the request body||The JSON representing the details for the object type. See below for more details.|
Each object type should have the following data. See the overview page for more details on how the object gets represented in HubSpot. See the example to the right for details on the format of these fields.
|applicationId||The ID of the HubSpot application that will own this object type.|
|baseUris||A list of URIs. When you define actions, the URIs for these actions must be under one of these URIs.|
|dataFetchUri||The URI the CRM will call to fetch Sales Objects for the specified associatedHubSpotObjectTypes.|
|title||The title of this object. This will be displayed as the title of the CRM sidebar card.|
|propertyDefinitions||The common properties that these objects will have, in the order they should appear on the sidebar card. See Property Types for more info.|
|associatedHubSpotObjectTypes||A set of CONTACT, COMPANY, DEAL, or TICKET. This determines where on the CRM this Object Type will appear -- contact, company, deal, or ticket details pages.|
|associatedHubSpotObjectTypeProperties||HubSpot properties to send in the data fetch request, by CRM object type.|