The table below tells you the highest level of access (Edit or View) that each of the Adobe Workfront licenses allow for the objects and areas in Workfront.
View: The user can review and share items.
Edit: The user can create, edit, delete, and share items.
When another user shares an object, the sharer can specify permissions that limit their ability to edit it. For more information, see Overview of sharing permissions on objects.
|Projects||Edit||Edit (without Create permissions)||View||View (only the Details page)||No Access|
|Portfolios||Edit||View||View||No Access||No Access|
|Programs||Edit||View||View||No Access||No Access|
|Reports, dashboards, and calendars||Edit||View||View||View*||View (only for calendars, no sharing permissions)|
|Filters, views, and groupings||Edit||Edit||Edit||Edit||No access|
|Documents||Edit||Edit||Edit||Edit||View (no sharing permissions)|
|Templates||Edit||No access||No access||No access||No access|
|Financial data||Edit||View (only the Finance area in Project Details)||View||No access||No access|
|Resource Management||Edit||View||View||No access||No access|
|Scenario Planner||Edit||Edit||Edit||No access||No access|
|Workfront Goals||Edit||Edit||Edit||Edit||No access|
* Users with a Request license can view only reports, dashboards, and calendars that are shared with them.
Users with a Review license or a Request license has limited sharing capabilities. For more information, see Adobe Workfront licenses overview.
External users cannot search for items in Workfront. They can view documents and calendars that are specifically shared with them. They can also see the users that share items with them.
You can find detailed information about what the access levels allow for each object and area in the following articles: