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Aspen Group asked Jason Ferguson answered

Is there an API to integrate RingCentral Webinars into Hubspot?

I'm hoping for something similar to the Integration between Zoom and Hubspot - https://ecosystem.hubspot.com/marketplace/apps/marketing/webinar/zoom?_ga=2.156862395.1609922046.1588780894-79055717.1578665947

RC seems to have an integration with Marketo and Pardot, but not Hubspot.


Any help would be great.

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Anirban answered

Can you please check these below links:

https://ecosystem.hubspot.com/marketplace/apps/sales/calling/ringcentral-202602

There is also app present in app gallery:

https://www.ringcentral.com/apps/hubspot



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Dani Chandler answered

This doesnt look like it works for the webinars?


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Jason Ferguson answered

We used the Zoom integration until switching to RC. I assumed the integration would be the same since it's using the Zoom engine, but webinars do not connect. This would be very useful if it did connect!

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