The app finder serves two purposes:
- Discover apps and add them to the home page
- Launch less frequently-used apps directly
It is divided into three content areas: Catalog, User Menu, and SAP Menu:
- The Catalog area contains all the SAP Fiori apps.
- The User Menu and SAP Menu areas give users access to the SAP GUI and Web Dynpro ABAP applications that appear in the corresponding menus in the back end. Together, the two backend menus are also known as the “SAP Easy Access menu”.
The app finder is provided by the SAP Fiori launchpad. Apps use this app finder and do not have their own individual designs.
Responsiveness and Adaptiveness
The app finder is fully responsive and adaptive.
On size S, the width of the app box adapts to fit the screen size.
The SAP Easy Access menu (User Menu and SAP Menu) is not available on smartphones and tablets.
The content is organized into catalog groups.
User Menu / SAP Menu
The content is organized into hierarchical menu folders.
The side panel helps the user to see all the apps for a given catalog or menu folder.
The app finder contains all the tiles the user is allowed to see. In addition, the SAP Menu provides access to all the functions offered by an SAP system. The content of the SAP Menu is independent of the user role, and is therefore the same for all users.
The interaction for adding apps from the app finder to the home page depends on the source of the app (Catalog, User Menu, or SAP Menu).
Adding Tiles to the Home Page
Clicking or tapping the pin icon button opens the Add to Groups popover, where the user can select one or more home page groups. The user can also remove the app from the home page by unchecking it in the popover, or add the app to a new group.
When the user clicks OK, a confirmation message appears and the tile is added to the selected group or groups on the home page. The pin behaves like a toggle. If the tile is shown on the home page, the pin is emphasized.
User Menu / SAP Menu
Clicking or tapping the pin icon button opens the Add to Groups popover, where the user can select one home page group and add the app. The user can repeat this process several times. However, for technical reasons, the app finder cannot be used to remove apps from the home page.
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