Tickets

In HubSpot, tickets represents customer requests for help. Tickets are tracked through your support process in pipeline statuses until they're closed. The tickets endpoints allow you to manage create and manage ticket records, as well as sync ticket data between HubSpot and other systems. 

Learn more about objects, records, properties, and associations APIs in the Understanding the CRM guide. For more general information about objects and records in HubSpot, learn how to manage your CRM database.

Create tickets

To create new tickets, make a POST request to /crm/v3/objects/tickets.

In your request, include your ticket data in a properties object. You can also add an associations object to associate your new ticket with existing records (e.g., contacts, companies), or activities (e.g., meetings, notes).

Properties

Ticket details are stored in ticket properties. There are default HubSpot ticket properties, but you can also create custom properties.

When creating a new ticket, you should include the following properties in your request: subject (the ticket's name), hs_pipeline_stage (the ticket's status) and if you have multiple pipelines, hs_pipeline. If a pipeline isn't specified, the default pipeline will be used.

To view all available properties, you can retrieve a list of your account's ticket properties by making a GET request to /crm/v3/properties/tickets. Learn more about the the properties API.

Please note: you must use the internal ID of a ticket status or pipeline when creating a ticket via the API. The internal ID is a number, which will also be returned when you retrieve tickets via the API. You can find a ticket status or pipeline's internal ID in your ticket pipeline settings.

For example, to create a new ticket, your request may look similar to the following:

///Example request body { "properties": { "hs_pipeline": "0", "hs_pipeline_stage": "1", "hs_ticket_priority": "HIGH", "subject": "troubleshoot report" } }

Associations

When creating a new ticket, you can also associate the ticket with existing records or activities. In the associations object, include the following fields:

Use this table to describe parameters / fields
ParameterDescription
toObjectId

The ID of the record or activity that you want to associate the ticket with.

associationTypeId

A unique identifier to indicate the association type between the ticket and the other object or activity. You can retrieve the value through by making a GET request to /crm/v4/associations/{fromObjectType}/{toObjectType}/labels. Learn more about the associations API.

You can also include the label field to assign a defined association label that describes the association. Learn more about associating records via the associations API.

For example, to associate a new ticket with an existing contact and company, your request would look like the following:

///Example request body { "properties": { "hs_pipeline": "0", "hs_pipeline_stage": "1", "hs_ticket_priority": "HIGH", "subject": "troubleshoot report" }, "associations": [ { "to": { "id": 201 }, "types": [ { "associationCategory": "HUBSPOT_DEFINED", "associationTypeId": 16 } ] }, { "to": { "id": 301 }, "types": [ { "associationCategory": "HUBSPOT_DEFINED", "associationTypeId": 26 } ] }] }

Retrieve tickets

You can retrieve tickets individually or in batches. To retrieve an individual ticket, make a GET request to /crm/v3/objects/tickets/{ticketId}.

To request a list of all tickets, make a GET request to /crm/v3/objects/tickets.

For both endpoints, you can include the following query parameters in the request URL: 

Use this table to describe parameters / fields
ParameterDescription
properties

A comma separated list of the properties to be returned in the response. If the requested ticket doesn't have a value for a property, it will not appear in the response.

associations

A comma separated list of objects to retrieve associated IDs for. Any specified associations that don't exist will not be returned in the response. Learn more about the associations API.

Learn more about retrieving tickets by clicking the Endpoints tab at the top of this article.

Update tickets

You can update tickets individually or in batches. For existing tickets, the ticket ID is a unique value that you can use to update the ticket via API.

To update an individual ticket by its ticket ID, make a PATCH request to /crm/v3/objects/tickets/{ticketId}, and include the data you want to update.

Associate existing tickets with records or activities

To associate a ticket with other CRM records or an activity, make a PUT request to  /crm/v3/objects/tickets/{ticketId}/associations/{toObjectType}/{toObjectId}/{associationTypeId}

To retrieve the associationTypeId value, make a GET request to /crm/v4/associations/{fromObjectType}/{toObjectType}/labels.

Learn more about the associations API.

Remove an association

To remove an association between a ticket and a record or activity, make a DELETE request to the following URL: /crm/v3/objects/tickets/{ticketId}/associations/{toObjectType}/{toObjectId}/{associationTypeId}.

Delete tickets

You can delete tickets individually or in batches, which will add the ticket to the recycling bin in HubSpot. You can later restore the ticket within HubSpot.

To delete an individual ticket by its ID, make a DELETE request to /crm/v3/objects/tickets/{ticketId}.

Learn more about batch deleting tickets on the Endpoints tab at the top of this article.


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