Partner Portal users have the Gold Partner user license. They can only access Salesforce using the partner portal.
|Available in: Salesforce Classic|
|Available in: Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer Editions|
- Starting in Summer ’13, this license is no longer available for organizations that aren’t currently using the partner portal. If you don’t have a partner portal but want to easily share information with your partners, see Communities User Licenses.
- Once orders are enabled, standard profiles automatically include all object permissions for orders, as well as read access for products and price books. If your external users are assigned to a standard profile and these object permissions aren’t appropriate for them, consider creating custom profiles that don’t include these object permissions.
This table lists the permissions that can be given to Partner Portal users.
|Approvals|| || || |
|Documents|| || || |
|Knowledge|| || || |
|Price Books|| || || |
|Products|| || || |
|Reports and Dashboards
|Solutions|| || || |
|Questions and Answers|| || |
- 1 A partner portal user can create and edit campaigns in a community but not in a legacy portal. For the Partner Community license, to read, create, and edit campaigns in the user interface, the partner user also needs the “Marketing User” permission. With these permissions, a partner user can: search for and add their contacts or leads as campaign members, access reports on their campaigns, and mass-email or mass-assign their contacts and leads on a campaign.
To create and edit reports in communities, the user also needs the “Create and Customize Reports,” “Report Builder,” and “Edit My Reports” permissions. These permissions allow users to create and edit reports in communities, not portals. By default, reports and dashboards are read-only. For more information see, Set Up Report Management for External Users—Create and Edit Reports.