End users can personalize their own variant of the SAP Fiori launchpad (FLP). The settings can be accessed via the User Actions Menu. You can get information about the user account, home page, language, and region.
Let's see how end users can personalize SAP Fiori launchpad.
In the home page concept, users can rearrange groups and tiles, create new groups, and add or delete tiles to or from an existing group.
Tiles are organized in catalogs in the system. These catalogs hold all technical information to start an application. To show a tile in the FLP, it must be embedded in a group. Groups can be created centrally in the system and then added to the launchpad, or the user can create an own group and add tiles from catalogs.
Introduced in SAP S/4HANA 2020, the spaces concept can be used as alternative to groups in the home page. A space is visualized as a ribbon or tab at the top of the FLP and defines a frame for one or more pages. A page consists of sections showing tiles in the same way as groups have done before.
Spaces and pages are defined centrally in the system but only spaces are added to the launchpad, including the pages assigned to the space. Sections are an integral part of pages and can also be created by the user in their launchpad.
Personalization Assigning Principles
Let's see how SAP Fiori launchpad can be further personalized. Applications require an app descriptor if they are to be called from the SAP Fiori launchpad.
Watch the video to learn about SAP Fiori app descriptor.