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Understanding the Client Portal
Understanding the Client Portal

Detailed information of the Client Portal's functionality

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Written by Gabriel Buck
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One of the functionalities available with LeadExec is the Client Portal. The portal provides your clients a place where they can log in and view all leads that you've delivered to them.

You can almost think of the portal as a micro CRM your clients can use to manage their leads from you. One of the main purposes of the Client Portal is that it provides your clients with an easy way to manage any lead returns they may have with you.

Logging into the Client Portal

Your clients can log in to the portal at

note: this URL may be different depending on the setting you have in place with the Branding section of your LeadExec account. More info can be found here.

The client will use the credentials set in their client details page in LeadExec.

Once logged in, the user will be guided to the portal dashboard. The portal's main navigation is located on the left-hand side, providing easy access to each section and its associated pages.


The Dashboard provides a report of leads received daily for the current and previous months, as well as a separate report that outlines leads and appointments.

Additionally, the dashboard displays a list of upcoming appointments as well as a list of the most recent leads received.

Lead List Screen

The lead list screen is where users can view and manage their leads.

  • Lists all leads delivered to the client

  • Search is available by date range, and lead type, or search through all your leads

  • Sorting can be done by clicking on the header of any row

  • “Open Lead” allows users to view the details of the selected lead.

Lead Details Screen

When a lead is opened, users can:

  • Send an email to the contact

  • Forward the lead in an email to someone else

  • Print or export the lead

  • Return the lead (if it is out of your area)


  • Add attachments (quotes, other information) that you want to keep with the lead. This can be done under the File tab.


In the Appointments tab, users can create appointment reminders for the lead.

To create a new appointment, click the Create button, which will populate the module below to input the appointment details.


In some cases, leads can be returned. This depends on the contract you have in place with your clients.

The Returns screen is where users can manage their returned leads.

  • Shows the status of the lead (Returned or not)

  • Return Status (Approved, Denied, or Pending)

  • Return Date (Date the lead was returned)

  • Return Reason (Why you returned the lead)

Creating Appointments

Appointments can be created from within the lead details page. Open the lead, and then select the Create Appointment button.

Figure 8. Creating Appointments.

You can assign the appointment to any user of the system. They will receive an email of the appointment.

Figure 9. Appointment Editor.

Users can see their appointments, and admins can see ALL appointments in the Appointments tab.

Order Manager

Within the client portal, your Client has access to edit and view all orders, as well as the ability to pause any open orders,

Figure 11. Order Manager.

They can see the following:

  • Order ID

  • Start Date

  • End Date

  • Status( Whether open or closed)

  • Renewal

  • Auto Charge

  • Order Total

  • Amount Received

  • Remaining

  • Cost

  • Amount Paid


Settings for the portal can be found by clicking the avatar in the top right-hand corner of the portal. This is also where users can choose to log out of the portal.


Here, users can enter their contact information and enable the new lead notification setting.


This is where users can update their portal login password.


The portal allows them to add additional users to the portal with their own login information. They can also assign leads to any of these users once they are created.

To add an additional user, click the +New button from the top menu. This will populate the module below, where they can enter their details.

  • Admin Access: Allows the user to have access to all areas of the portal.

  • View Downline: Allows someone to see all the leads “below” them.

  • Enabled: Use this item to Enable or Disable a User

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