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Salesforce and LeadSquared Field Mapping Restrictions

At a high level, we established that data can move in both directions between LeadSquared leads and Salesforce leads and contacts. However, there are certain field level restrictions on the data flow directions between the two systems.

Note: In this article, ‘Inbound’ refers to LeadSquared to Salesforce and ‘Outbound’ refers to Salesforce to LeadSquared.

Salesforce Leads to LeadSquared Leads

This table shows the possible data flow directions between Salesforce leads and LeadSquared leads –

Salesforce FieldsLeadSquared FieldsInboundOutbound
CityCity
CompanyCompany
CountryCountry
EmailEmail
First NameFirst Name
Last NameLast Name
Lead SourceLead Source
Engagement ScoreEngagement Score
Last Activity DateLast Activity Date
Last ActivityLast Activity
Lead OriginLead Origin
Lead ScoreLead Score
Quality Score 01Quality Score 01
Source CampaignSource Campaign
Source ContentSource Content
Source MediumSource Medium
Zip/Postal CodeZip/Postal Code
State/ProvinceState/Province
Owner EmailCustomField
Owner NameCustomField
CustomFieldOwner
CustomFieldOwner Email
CustomFieldCustomField

 

Salesforce Contacts to LeadSquared Leads

This table shows the possible data flow directions between Salesforce contacts and LeadSquared leads –

Salesforce FieldsLeadSquared FieldsInboundOutbound
EmailEmail
First NameFirst Name
Last NameLast Name
Lead SourceLead Source
Engagement ScoreEngagement Score
Last Activity DateLast Activity Date
Last ActivityLast Activity
Lead OriginLead Origin
Lead ScoreLead Score
Quality Score 01Quality Score 01
Source CampaignSource Campaign
Source ContentSource Content
Mailing CityCity
Mailing CountryCountry
Mailing Zip/Postal CodeZip
Mailing State/ProvinceState
Owner EmailCustomField
Owner NameCustomField
CustomFieldOwner
CustomFieldOwner Email
CustomFieldCustomField