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Connecting to your HubSpot data is easy and you can re-use your data connection in the future.
To connect to your data we will:
- Acquire a unique identifier for an example Deal that we will use to design our template
- Acquire your Hub token from the Hub portal
- Use these two values to connect to your data in the Windward Designer
- Log into the HubSpot account you used to authenticate your user (in the "Before you Get Started" section)
- Navigate to a Deal in HubSpot that is a good example of a deal you would generate a quote from. For this tutorial, a Deal that has line items, associated contacts, and an associated company will give the best results.
- Once you've found a fitting deal, copy this URL:
- Copy the unique identifier for your deal and replace it with "DEAL_ID" in the URL:
- Go to your User Profile in Hub:
- Expand the advanced section:
- Request and reveal your API key:
- Copy your API key and replace it with HUB_API_KEY in the URL.
You should now have a complete URL where DEAL_ID and HUB_API_KEY have been replaced with your example Deal ID and your personal Hub API Key.
- Open Microsoft Word and open a new blank document
- Navigate to the "Windward" tab
- On the left side of the ribbon, click on the "Data Sources" button.
- In the Connection Editor that opens, click on the "New" tab and then select the "JSON" data provider
- Give your Datasource a name and enter the URL you built in the previous step for the "File/URL"
- Click "Add," you'll see your data start connecting. After a couple seconds you should see that the connection succeeded.
- Close the Connection Editor and you'll now see the "Data Bin" appear on the left side of your Word Editor: You can click the "Data Bin" button on the Windward ribbon to open it anytime
You are now officially connected to your data! In the future, you'll see your HubSpot data connection in the "Recent Inactive" section of the Connection Editor to quickly re-connect without repeating these steps.