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Add live chat and call to your site to connect with your visitors.

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CINNOX Live Chat and Call in Hubspot CMS

Here are the steps to follow when adding the CINNOX web widget on your Hubspot Blog or Pages:

  • Log in to your Hubspot dashboard account.

HubSpot Login

  • On your dashboard page, click the Settings icon in the top right corner.
  • On the left side menu under Tools > Website, select between Blog or Pages to add the CINNOX widget.



  • On the Blog page, select the Templates tab.
  • Under the Templates tab, navigate to the Header HTML > Blog listing pages header HTML.



  • On the Pages page, select the domain where the CINNOX Widget will be installed under the Choose a domain to edit its settings:.
    By default, all settings changes will be applied to all domains.
  • Under the Templates tab, navigate to the HTML > Site header HTML.


  • Log in to your CINNOX Web Dashboard.

CINNOX Login Page

  • Navigate to Administration > Widget > Installation. From the Widget Installation > Web Widget, click on Copy.

CINNOX Admin > Widget > Installation

  • Back on your Hubspot - Blog or Pages, HTML, paste the CINNOX Widget code.
  • Click Save.
  • Open your Hubspot Blog or Pages to preview. The CINNOX Widget should appear at the bottom right corner.

Your visitors can reach out to you through live chat and call on your Hubspot site from now on.



Follow the steps for both Blog and Pages to add CINNOX Widget on all your pages.


For more information on configuring your CINNOX widget appearance, refer to this Guide's Customising Your Widget's Appearance section.


To know how to change the widget position from right to left, refer to this Guide's Dynamic Change of Installed Widget section.