An Overview of Unito's Eloqua Integration

Ready to start syncing data from Eloqua? Here's everything you need to know.

In this Eloqua integration article:

Unito syncs your Eloqua data to other apps and tools automatically. All you have to do is create a flow that turns your campaigns and emails into tasks, spreadsheet rows, tickets, or another work item.

Note: Our Eloqua integration is currently a Lite connector, which means it doesn't yet offer the full functionality of our other integrations. We'll be adding new features and functionality over the next few months based on demand.

Which Eloqua fields sync with Unito?

You can sync campaigns or emails. Here are the fields Unito supports for each.

Campaign Fields One-Way Two-Way
Created date  
Updated date  
Actual cost
Budgeted cost
Campaign start date
Campaign end date
Link to campaign  
Link to campaign elements  
Email Fields One-Way Two-Way
Created date  
Updated date  
Link to email  

You can use all these fields in rules — filtering out campaigns or emails that have them filled or unfilled. You can also use any status in the status field as its own filter.

Limitations of this integration

Since this is one of our Lite integrations, you won't be able to do everything with Eloqua that a full Unito integration can.

  • Draft campaigns: If the Status field for your campaign is still set to Draft, this integration won't be able to sync the Campaign start date field.
  • Active and schedule campaigns: Once the Status field for your campaign is set to Active or Scheduled, you won't be able to change the Campaign start date or Campaign end date in Eloqua from another tool.

Watch a product demo of Unito's Eloqua integration