George: You made it. You made it. How are you doing today? I think you're muted. There. I can hear you. That's funny.
Remington: It's been great. It's been fantastic. No, I'm on the mend from this cold, this sickness, so now I'm just trying to catch up. But other than that, doing amazing.
George: Very good. Well, today on Sprocket Talk Unpacked, we're going to be talking about Hubspot. We're going to be talking to you about the social media tools and all of the things that you can do, the things that we love, maybe even some things that we wish were happening in the Hubspot social media tool. So if you are watching this right now live, let us know where you're watching from and give us a thumbs up if you use the Hubspot social media tools or a thumbs down if you don't use it. That's probably, Remington, the question that if I could ask a mass amount, AKA all the Hubspot users on the planet, that's probably the question I would ask them is how valuable or unvaluable they find the Hubspot social media tools. Again, can't hear you.
Remington: Now That was the mute button.
George: My goodness.
Remington: That's an interesting question because I think how we've used social media has changed a lot over the past couple of years. And so that's something that I think it would be definitely interesting as people are chiming in knowing a little bit more about that stuff.
George: Yeah, definitely. So here's the thing, let's go ahead and dive into it and unpack it. And it's interesting because I actually would position that question because I would have a second question. And the second question actually leads me in to the first thing that I want to unpack on this episode. And that is the Chrome extension in itself. The fact that you can add a Chrome extension, Google Chrome, for those of you that may be wondering what that is. And if you, are you probably not doing inbound marketing. No, I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding.
Remington: Or at least not doing social.
George: Yeah, right. A Google Chrome extension where you can be on any page on the internet and quickly call it up to put it into one of your social channels. And Remington, the reason I wanted to come out of the gate with that, which by the way, we can probably unpack micro pieces of that tool in itself, but the reason I wanted to come out the gate with that is I can't tell you how many Hubspot users have gone into their portal, we've started to train them. We've started to talk about social, you mention the Chrome social false