HubSpot will start enforcing a technical limit of 500 workflows per portal. This includes all workflows that show up in the Workflows tool, including inactive workflows. This limit helps us ensure a quality of service and prevents situations where a few portals overload our system. At the moment only 0.5% of all portals have over 500 workflows, so the impact of this change should be small.
With its intuitive drag and drop interface, you can build an entire HubSpot website on your lunch break.
There are over 500 custom modules to choose from, with everything from hero sections, image galleries, team sections, FAQs, pricing modules and more.
You can preview your designs across desktop, mobile, and tablet, and then share them with colleagues instantly.
Every module is priced individually, so you have complete control over the cost of your page.
You can even change the color of your CTAs from within the editor
Once you’re happy with your designs, they’ll be imported into your HubSpot portal within 24 hours, where you can easily change images, text, and reuse every individual module over as many pages as you like.
Similar to the new folders to organize contact list, the same organization for workflows is needed. Many of my workflows automate specific campaigns or simple administrative tasks. Many of them are related or unrelated in some way.
I would love a way to better organize each workflow into a folder structure.