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Do anyone know a way (say using MID) to know the Marketing Cloud Edition which my company/org currently using. I am aware there are different Editions available as below.

  • Basic
  • Pro
  • Corporate
  • Enterprise

I am seeing the values as "CONNECT", I was looking for values like Basic, Pro,Corporate, Enterprise

I am seeing the values as "CONNECT", I was looking for values like Basic, Pro,Corporate, Enterprise... as in your screenshots.

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You can use this Chrome extension to get your org's info:

Salesforce Marketing Cloud - Developer Tools

To use this extension, open the Chrome Developer Tools when using Salesforce Marketing Cloud and switch to the "Marketing Cloud"-tab.

PS: if it shows nothing, try refreshing the page.

See image below:

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  • Thanks! This is what I was looking for. – Vishal Kumar C V Oct 10 at 13:48
  • You welcome, don't forget to accept this answer if it helped resolve your issue.. – Rachid Mamai Oct 10 at 13:49
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This information is sent in an API-response the background when accessing the Marketing Cloud dashboard. So you can either check the network tab of your browser's developer tools or use the Google Chrome extension "Salesforce Marketing Cloud - Developer Tools".

Instance Info
If you open this extension and visit the Marketing Cloud Dashboard, basic information about the account and the currently logged in user is displayed. Furthermore the Marketing Cloud applications are shown along with the information if they are provisioned in this account and the current user is allowed to access them.

(Source: Salesforce Marketing Cloud - Developer Tools (Google Chrome Extension) - Product Website)

This is how the interface of the chrome extension displays the account type: Marketing Cloud Developer Tools

As this is just an intercepted API-answer that isn't documented by Salesforce, I can't ensure that this is always an appropriate answer. To have a definitive answer, you should look at the contract or get back to the account executive.

  • Wow you are a Champ! – Vishal Kumar C V Oct 10 at 13:48
  • @markus slabina, to my knowledge this is not the same. I am not sure that Enterprise_2 refers to the edition (basic, corporate, enterprise) purchased by the system's customer, but to the underlying system architecture being an "Enterprise 2.0" system, which to my knowledge is unconnected. You could be an enterprise 2.0 system running a corporate edition. here the docs explain enterprise 1.0 vs. enterprise 2.0: help.salesforce.com/… to be sure, I'd have the system owner check their contract for the edition purchased – Jonas Lamberty Oct 12 at 13:07
  • Hi Jonas, I'm not entirely sure about the significance of this account type response, as this is just an intercepted API-answer, that isn't documented by Salesforce. From the values I received on the different instances I worked on this is just what I assumed it means as it did match the purchased editions. But yes, to have a definitive answer, one should look at the contract or get back to the account executive. – Markus Slabina Oct 14 at 7:09

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