HubSpot Beta

Join the adventurous few and help make HubSpot better

Why join the Beta Program?



HubSpot beta testers get early access to the features the development team is working on. The program is exclusive - only made up of the most beta-tolerant and sophisticated of HubSpot users. We want to make the software better for you so we want thoughtful feedback on each new release from our testers. How useful did you find it? What bugs still need fixing? What could be improved, added, or taken away?

Keep in mind, this program isn't just a walk in the park. Being a part of the beta group at HubSpot is a commitment. It means you agree to use some software in your daily life that is bound to be a little rough around the edges. It also means you’re willing to take the time to help us smooth out those rough edges. 

How it Works

Step 1
Tell us more about you
The first step of applying to the beta program is to fill out an application that tells our team a little more about you, your company, and what HubSpot tools you're using. It's also essential for us to get a sense of how comfortable you are with buggy software and how often you're willing to provide feedback. 
Step 2
We review your application
We'll look over the applications to determine if the beta program is the right fit. There's a chance that based on the answers given on the beta survey, some applicants may not have quite the level of comfort with buggy software that we’re looking for. To put folks who are less than extremely beta-tolerant into an intensive beta program is just unfair, so not everyone is accepted.
Step 3
You get an answer
All applicants will receive an email back from our User Experience Research team. If we've determined that the beta program isn't the best fit, feel free to respond back to our email with any questions or feedback. If you've been accepted into the beta program, you'll start receiving emails about new beta releases.

New email segmentation options in the Lists tool

In the past, you could segment your lists based off of whether a contact had opened or clicked on an email.  Today in beta is the ability filter by device type and location, as well.  

These refinements allow you to create more granular lists and to answer very specific questions or target narrower segments of your audience. The updates make it possible to pull a list of contacts who have, for example, clicked on a specific email from a mobile device in Canada in the last 20 days.
How it Works
To refine a list by these new dimensions, create a list, select an email to filter by, and open up the "Refine by..." dropdown below your list criteria. Under the dropdown, you'll see these new options and be able to add them as criteria to your list.
Please note that these additional refinements are available only for open and click events, and not for delivery or bounce events.

Let us know what you think of the newest update by leaving comments below.