Workfront Browser Requirements


Both Workfront and Workfront Proof require the use of some basic software components. The supported versions of those components are as follows:

  • Web browser: Workfront officially supports the current browser version and one previous version (and any previous version that constitutes at least five percent of total Workfront traffic) for the following browsers:
    • Chrome
    • Firefox
    • Safari
    • Internet Explorer 11
      IMPORTANT Consider the following limitations when using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge:
      • Microsoft discontinued all support (including severe security vulnerabilities) for IE 7 and IE 8 on January 12, 2016. In addition, IE 9 and IE 10 have also been discontinued in most circumstances. Microsoft’s rationale behind this decision was based on the substantial security concerns with the architecture of these browsers that could severely impact users.
        If you are using Internet Explorer 9, a new banner appears. To ensure your browser is up to date click here for the latest versions. 
        For more information, see the Internet Explorer Support Lifecycle FAQ on the Microsoft Support site.
      • Workfront does not currently support Microsoft Edge. 
    Workfront supports only the 100% zooming option for all supported browsers.
  • Browsers on a mobile device: Workfront does not support any browsers on a mobile device. Instead, use the Workfront mobile apps, available for both iOS and Android. For more information, see "Getting Started with the Workfront Mobile App."
  • Adobe Flash Plugin: Version 10.1 or greater. Proofing users must have version 11.1 or greater.
    The Adobe Flash Plugin is required in order for certain legacy areas of the Workfront interface to function (such as the Resource Grid, Resource Budget Manager, Capacity Planner, and the Legacy Gantt Chart). If you are using these legacy tools in Workfront, you must configure your browser to allow the Adobe Flash Plugin to be used on your Workfront site, because most browsers are configured by default to block the use of the Adobe Flash Plugin.
This article last updated on 2019-01-23 22:58:16 UTC